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Are there any Tri-Dimensional Chess Players in LockerGnome? - Three-dimensional chess or 3D chess is any of various chess variants played on three-dimensional boards. Three-dimensional variants have existed since the late 19th century. One of the oldest versions is Raumschach (German for "Space chess"), invented in 1907 by Ferdinand Maack and played on a 5×5×5 board. Maack founded a Raumschach club in Hamburg in 1919, which remained active until the Second World War. "Three-dimensional chess" is also often used figuratively, to describe any very difficult endeavor (as, for example, "[Nancy Pelosi] is a master of the three-dimensional chess of House politics"[1]).

Where did you buy your Star Trek Tri-Dimensional Chess Set? Is it different from regular chess? Are there online places to play? Do you prefer to play regular chess? How good are you? How many moves in advance can you plan? Any information you can give would be welcome?

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asked Sep 17 '10 at 17:17

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I am a good chess player, I play with some friends online sometimes but in a tri-dimensional chess board well no, but I'm really interested in trying it ^^

answered Sep 17 '10 at 17:50

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Would love to see if theres an online game, if not I might develop one. I love the concept still

answered Sep 18 '10 at 09:37

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Last updated: Sep 18 '10 at 09:37