• Shogi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shogi Shogi (将棋, shōgi?) (/ ˈ ʃ oʊ ɡ iː /, Japanese: or ), also known as Japanese chess or the Generals' Game, is a two-player strategy board game in the same ...
  • Shogi - Japanese Chess

    www.shogi.net/rjhare Shogi is one of the forms of chess which is generally thought to have developed from the game Shaturanga or Shatranj. It is the Japanese form of the game which is ...
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    • Best Free Computer Shogi - Japanese Chess

      www.techsupportalert.com/.../best-free-computer-shogi-japanese-chess-stub-onl... Shogi, or Japanese Chess as it is sometimes known in the West, is one of several two player boardgames owing its lineage to the Indian game of chaturanga.
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    • Shogi | Board Game | BoardGameGeek

      boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/2065/shogi Of Japanese origins, Shogi is played on a 9 by 9 board, and the object is to capture the opponent's king. There are two main differences with Western chess.
    • Shogi: Japanese Chess (the Chess Variant Pages)

      www.chessvariants.com/shogi.html Introduction. Shogi is the Japanese cousin of Chess. It is very similar to Chess in some respects, differing from it mainly by allowing players to keep captured ...
    • shogi - Chess.com

      www.chess.com/topic/shogi Groups & Teams. Make friends & play team games! Chess News. News from the world of chess! Members. Search all Chess.com members! Local Chess. Find local clubs & events!
    • Shogi - GAMEDESIGN

      www.gamedesign.jp/flash/shogi/shogi_e.html Shogi Rules. You win by capturing your opponent’s King. Captured pieces can be replaced on the board under your control. Entering enemy territory promotes pieces.
    • How to Play Shogi - Japanese Chess - Xiangqi - Shatranj

      ancientchess.com/page/play-shogi.htm Read about chess history and how to play variants: Chinese chess (xiangqi), Japanese chess (shogi), Thai chess (makruk), and Korean chess (janggi).