There are two types of chess mazes: checking and mating. For bishop, rook, and knight mazes the play is to check the black king. For queen, pawn, and king mazes the object is to checkmate the enemy king; here checks are not allowed.
The rules in common for each type of maze are as follows:
Black never moves.
Only the maze piece (in the case of pawns – the maze units) may move.
A maze piece may never move to a square where it can be captured by enemy forces.
A maze piece may capture ...
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