How to play Fog of War Chess

How to play Fog of War Chess

Learn the rules to Fog of War Chess quickly and concisely – This video has no distractions, just the rules. For a refresher of the original Chess rules, check out this video:

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The object of the game is to capture your opponent’s king. Each player can only see their own pieces and any space their pieces can move to. If you can’t move a piece to a space, then you can’t see what is there. This game must be played with multiple chess boards and an umpire, or online. There is no check or checkmate. Kings may move to a threatened space and end a turn on a threatened space. You are allowed to castle while in check and you may castle through check. Since pawns can’t move to the space in front of them if it is occupied, if a piece is on that space, the space will remain hidden. Pawns can only see diagonally in front of them, if an enemy piece is there. En Passant is allowed like normal where the threatened pawn, and the space it moved through, are both visible to the capturing player, but only until the end of the turn. The first player to capture their opponent’s king, wins.