The Chinese chess board has 10 horizontal and 9 vertical lines (these interrupted by the river. Unlike Western chess, the pieces are not placed in the boxes, but at the intersection of the lines. On each side of the board is a palace With a size of three points by three points, marked by diagonal lines crossing them. Each player has the following records: 2 rooks, 2 knights, 2 bishops, 2 mandarins, 1 king, 2 cannons and 5 pawns. The chips are usually a wooden cylinder, with the title written on the back, in black of a player and the opponent in red. At the beginning of the game each player has at the intersection in front of him, placed the cards from left to right: tower, knight, bishop, mandarin, king mandarin, bishop, knight, rook. Two lines later, before the horse are the two guns, and a more up front, in the fourth row with a space between them, 5 pawns. In line with the river tiles are not placed at the beginning of the game.
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