1 MaxZilch 384 CENTER---COLOR CODED CHESS AND PUZZLES by Zhivan Krstich
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MaxZilch 384 CENTER
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MEDITATION,
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AND WORK / PLAY GAME
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This web site's
author,designer,
photographer
and webmaster
Zhivan Krstich
Born 1946,
educated in
various subjects
till 1981 in
Belgrade Serbia
Student
of the school
of toughts
of Nikola Tesla
Canadian citizen
from 1984
Lives and
enjoys life in
Toronto Ontario.
This site has
only 2 pages,
but you will
realize soon
that to do
all what
is possible to do
on this web site
you will need
a life time.
I leave a reason
to do so, to you.
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This is an
open project,
which is meant
to be a starting
point, for some
of you
enthusiasts,
where you could,
as I'm doing,
develop
your own games,
ideas and
projects with
herein given
elements, ideas
and concepts.

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ELEMENTS, IDEAS AND CONCEPTS ABOUT MAXZILCH 384 GAME EDITOR AND DEDUCTIVE LOGIC PUZZLES WITH AN IMPLICIT ORDER OF HEXAGRAMS' CHANGING LINES
To play chess for 2 players
move above at the right
Gray illustration and
first two boards to the right

Players challenge each other
with new set up under rules.
In one session of turns
same set up can not be repeated

Use as above so
below 'courtesy corners'
positioning at start up
and during a game
These following illustrations / text
are suggested reading for those who want to make their own 64 cubes.
There are 2 x 16 illustrations stacked on top of each other.
Click on pictures below, hold and then move to reposition to see other illustrations.
4 groups in 4 x 4 different colors = 64 chess pieces as 64 cubes.
Front and back views each shows 4 different colors' groups x 4 photographs with 4 cubes.
All 6 sides of 64 cubes are visible from two points of view.Top stack front view.
MAKE YOUR OWN SET
OF 64 CUBES FOR FREE
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