Created by José Raúl Capablanca, and played on a 10x8 board with the addition of the chancellor and archbishop.
Former World Chess Champion José Raúl Capablanca created Capablanca Chess in an effort to evolve the chess away from the traditional game. In doing so, he introduced two new pieces, the Archbishop and the Chancellor, and extended the board horizontally.
Capablanca Chess adds an Archbishop and a Chancellor, both of which combine the power of a Knight with another either a Rook or a Bishop.
The Archbishop moves as if a Bishop and a Knight.
The Chancellor moves as if a Rook and a Knight
A Pawn can also promote to an Archbishop or Chancellor, in addition to a Queen, Bishop, Rook or Knight
The King move 3 squares for both for kingside and queenside castling, rather than the normal two.
En passant rules remains the same as Standard Chess.
Check and Checkmate rules remain the same as Standard Chess.
Stalemate conditions remain the same as Standard Chess.
Draw conditions remain the same as Standard Chess.
Winning conditions remain the same as Standard Chess.