This book is about the Triple Set Game played on Model III , the Longitudinal Star Gate Model. Model III is an Advance Chess game board which may accommodate as many as 4 chess players at a time. In other words a maximum of 4 chess sets may be played on this Model at a time, all at once instantaneously. However, this book focuses on the Triple Set game. A Triple Set game is a game that contains 3 Chess sets. For example in this instance, a chess player may challenge as many as three chess players , Chess player II , Chess player III and Chess player IV ,all at once. More skilled players may be able to handle the control of two chess sets in a match. In this case, there would be a total of three chess players in the game match instead of four chess players as mentioned earlier each maintaining the control of a single chess set.
In a four chess player match containing a Triple Set game, Chess Player I, the lead player challenging three other chess players, would have to Checkmate his/her opponent’s Kings on three separate occasions in order to win the match; the other three chess players namely Chess player II, Chess player III and Chess player IV need only to Checkmate the lead Chess player I only once to win the match.
Targeted Age Group: 18
Written by: Siafa Neal
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