Duck Chess

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If you’re bored with regular chess, why not try Duck Chess? Invented in 2016, Duck Chess is a relatively new game that changes up chess by adding a new piece — a little rubber duck. Small enough to occupy only one space on the board, the duck is an impassable piece; aside from the jumping knights, no other pieces can pass through it. One of the game’s core rules is that players must move the duck to a different square on every turn, which makes for interesting strategies. Read full article here

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