Play the first chess-like game played on a computer! A reduced size board and piece set.
Famously, Los Alamos Chess was the first chess-like game played by a computer. Due to computer processing limitations at the time, the Los Alamos National Laboratory where the game originates and takes its name, reduced the complexity of the game by playing on 6 x 6 board and removing the bishops.
The color of the starting squares for the Queen are the reverse of Standard Chess due to the reduced board size and the missing Bishops.
The pawns cannot advance two sqaures on their initial move.
Pawns can not promote to Bishops.