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How to Play Tic-Tac-Chec

Sometimes you don't have time for a long game of chess and you want to play a game that is fun, fast and furious, but will also sharpen your chess skills. Tic-Tac-Chec is that game. It was developed by Don Green (visit his Dream Green website) and has won several awards for education and playability.

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The Rules of Tic Tac Chec are simple but elegant.

The Rook is the most powerful piece because of its ability to dominate more squares.

The bishop plays a strategic role.

Knights are tricky blighters that can help you win the game in a surprise move.

Your lone pawn can be both a liability and an asset depending on how you use it.

Strategy and Tactics play a big factor in this game.

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