Almost exactly 1 year ago I posted my Croatian Chess book. Today I’m posting 2nd, expanded edition of it. I added a 3 new variants, and a 3 new pieces, so in total, largest variant features a whopping 26 × 26 board and a massive set of 106 pieces. Not shabby, eh?
I’m putting it in Public Domain, so it’s free for you to print it, translate it into any language of your choosing, etc. If you find out of any sections which aren’t as clear as it should be, or you tried and find game play unbalanced, or simply find another typo, please, let me know. Thanks!
I don’t plan to put it on-line, it’s such a major pain in the a**. And frankly, I’m quite inept at marketing myself, book or blog, so I hardly get any response for the 1st edition of the book at all. Well, except if WikiBooks admins would be kind enough, and vouch for volunteers to help convert it into WikiText. I won’t, I already have some other projects on the table. In fact, if you’re versed in WikiText, and willing to put some of your time into it, I’d really appreciate it.
And now for a download links. Enjoy!
Croatian Chess PDF, 2nd Edition
You can now find the book at WikiMedia Commons:
Croatian Chess PDF, 2nd Ed @ WikiMedia Commons
And, if you feel like coding there is a SourceForge site:
Croatian Chess PDF, 2nd Ed @ SourceForge
Here are updated links pointing to on-line publishing sites:
Croatian Chess PDF, 2nd Ed @ Scribd
Croatian Chess PDF, 2nd Ed @ docstoc
Croatian Chess PDF, 2nd Ed @ wePapers
Croatian Chess PDF, 2nd Ed @ issuu