Christmas Special: Games That Will Help You Understand Complex Math Concepts | Hacker Noon

1.58 dimensional chess is a variant of chess where the board is set up like this: The board is still a normal 8×8 board, but there are only 27 open squares. The other 37 squares should be covered up by checkers or Go pieces to denote that they are inaccessible. The rules are the same as chess, with a few exceptions, but Knights cannot move onto the 37 covered squares, but don’t care what they move “through” The game is substantially simpler and more “tractable” than full-on chess.

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