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Entry in Table Games for author value Dave McCooey and Richard Honeycutt

Id 726
Name Mini Hexchess
NativeName
Description A chess variant played on a board made of hexagons invented by Dave McCooey and Richard Honeycutt.
MainRuleset 854
LudiiRuleset 854
Reference The setup for Mini Hexchess can be found at the Chess Variant Page (www.chessvariants.com). For a comparison of popular versions of hexagonal chess, see Wikipedia (Wikipedia). For more details on other chess variants, see The Classified Encyclopedia of Chess Variants, by D. B. Pritchard (2nd edition, completed and edited by John Beasley, 2007).
Origin
DLPGame 0
PublicGame 1
knownAliases Hexagonal Chess
Author Dave McCooey and Richard Honeycutt
Publisher
Date 1997-00-00
ProprietaryGame 0
Credit Jay Coskey, with some small functions drawn from Chess.lud, by Eric Piette
SeeAlso
BGGId 224631
OriginPoint
EvidenceRange 0,5520
WishlistGame 0
Notes
HelpUs 0
ForceRulesetInLud 0
DisableWebApp 0

Id 729
Name McCooey Chess
NativeName
Description A chess variant played on boards made of hexagons invented by Dave McCooey and Richard Honeycutt in 1978-1979.
MainRuleset 857
LudiiRuleset 857
Reference For a comparison of popular versions of hexagonal chess, see Wikipedia. For more details on other chess variants, see The Classified Encyclopedia of Chess Variants, by D. B. Pritchard (2nd edition, completed and edited by John Beasley, 2007).
Origin
DLPGame 0
PublicGame 1
knownAliases McCooey's Chess, Hexagonal Chess
Author Dave McCooey and Richard Honeycutt
Publisher
Date 1978-00-00
ProprietaryGame 0
Credit Jay Coskey, with some small functions drawn from Chess.lud, by Eric Piette
SeeAlso
BGGId
OriginPoint
EvidenceRange 0,5520
WishlistGame 0
Notes
HelpUs 0
ForceRulesetInLud 0
DisableWebApp 0

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