Shogi (Minishogi)

Japanese chess, shogi, shogi - a Japanese board game, a local analogue of chess. A characteristic feature is that the pieces beaten by the player are placed at his disposal, and he has the right to put them to play, The figures have the shape of flat chips with a sharpening in one direction and a hieroglyph, which indicates its strength. All figures of one color, belonging of a figure to this or that player is defined by orientation: At the beginning of the game, two players, traditionally called cente and gote, have 20 pieces each: a king, a tour, an elephant, two gold generals, two silver generals, two horses, two spears and nine pawns.
Minishogi: modern version of shogi (Japanese chess). The game was invented (or rediscovered) around 1970 by Shigenobu Kusumoto of Osaka, Japan. The rules are almost identical to the rules of standard shogi, except, Two players play on a board arranged in a grid of five rows (rows) of five files (columns). The squares do not differ in marking or color.

Each player starts with a set of 6 clinops, Each player places his pieces in the positions shown below, pointing to the opponent. In the rank closest to the player:

The king is placed in the far left array;
The golden general is placed next door so my conclusion Shogi is a game not so much of the mind as of the senses!
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