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CHESS PLAYING RESULTS

    In the geometric chess, two players calculates points, therefore, the division of winning- losing depends on the score between two players. This rule applies to both the Standard geometric chess and simple geometric chess.

    * The entire playing time of a general chess game is divided into three halves

    + First half: From start to play when one side scores> = 5 (greater than or equal to 5). The party leading the point wins in this round, then piece G is shown as Star (Figure 4.1)

Figure 4.1: The red side wins in the round 1 –  piece G is shown as star.

 

    + Second half: From the end of the first half until one side scores> = 10. The party leading the points wins the round (Figure 4.2). It is assumed that the black side wins in the second half, then the black side of the piece G displays the star. Therefore after the second half of the game, both sides of piece G have shown the star, then look at the board, we immediately see that each side wins in a match.

Figure 4.2: The black side wins in the round 2 piece G is shown as star.

    + Third half: From the end of the second half until one side scores> = 15. The party leading the point wins the match (Figure 4.3).

Figure 4.3: The red side wins in the round 3 therefore, winning the whole competition

     * In a game, if one side wins in two rounds, it is then considered as the winner of the whole game.

   * During the game, if one side wins both halves 1 & 2, the game is over. If in the first two rounds, each side wins a match, then they must play in the third round in which the side winning the third round is a winner.

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