Quick Chess 1, the Game by Joe Miccio:
Part of the Chess Play Area
If you've come to this page to find out about some sort of Quick Chess Game, you'll find there are two different entries both sharing the same title.
The Chess Game Variant
Whenever you see mention of a Chess Game Variant, or some similar description, it refers to a slightly different game to that of traditional Chess.
Joe Miccio's (apparently) Award-winning game, released in 1991, was created as an introduction to the full, traditional game of Chess, as we know it today.
The Game can be played by a single person, versus the computer program; or, providing two people are sitting at the same machine, they can take it in turns and do battle against each other.
The stripped-down nature of this Game has a few rule-restrictions over the traditional game of Chess. For instance:
The Time Control
Alternatively, Quick Chess also refers to the Time Control element, which dictates the play of a relatively fast game of Chess.
Other names for a Quick Chess Game include Blitz Chess, Rapid Chess, Bullet Chess and Armageddon Chess.
Each title refers to a swift game of Chess with a slightly different time factor ...
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