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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Raimund Bubelis
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Welland
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CHINESE CHESS PACK
Carlton Books, 1992

This pack contains a detailed play guide (128 pages) written by James Palmer with strategic hints and tips for the game, along with a colorful board and the 32 pieces used in play which are inscribed with both the Chinese calligraphic markings and Western symbols.

Condition: New in Shrink.


Entries:
1 = 1 entry
5 = 6 entries
10 = 15 entries


Shipping: Free Worldwide.

Drawing: June 30th. Will use Scraimer’s tool to pick the winner.


Good luck all!

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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Justin Case
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I was fiddling with some stuff on the shelf, and looked deeper and past whatever it was that I was messing with, and thought my eyes were playing tricks on me when I saw some familiar Chinese characters -- c'mon, a XiangQi set in a thrift store?!?

But that's exactly what it was, and a really nice set too, with pieces that are quite large:



It was only $1.41 for the version pictured (though with a small difference in the top part of the box art), which is complete and in very nice condition.

The pieces look like this:



I've played Chinese Chess for quite a few years, but sure never expected to see a nice set in a thrift store!

Continuing....
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Justin Gortner
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STARTING BID: $4

Nice wooden set. Ships in a medium flatrate.

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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Justus
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On to the next generation. I learned Xiang Qi from my dad, and I played with with my grandpa on a little plastic jade-green colored magnetic board that is most likely floating around my parents house. I'm certain I never came close to beating my grandfather, even when given a knight advantage. And in spite of the ridiculously bountiful collection of boardgames on my shelf this is the one game I absolutely intend on teaching the next generation. Even though I don't really enjoy perfect info abstracts, I'm more excited about teaching this game to my abstract kids in the future.

What are games you learned from your parents? And which ones would you learn your kids?
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Daniel Danzer
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Well, almost no game I am personally fond of, meet your criteria. 2000 votes are a LOT.
XiangQi is around for over 1000 years, is one of the most played games around the world - and has 1049 votes here on the Geek. Why? Easy:
- Its Chinese characters make it not easy for the dominating Western crowd here to get into the game.
- It's a combinatorial game (2- player abstract with no hidden information).
- It has no "lobby" on the geek, no "fanbase" like Hive or the Gipf series or other new games with an author / company behind it.
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Raymond C.
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Found a beautiful set of the American Shong Chee. Unfortunately it was missing one playing piece, so I left it. I think it was $3.99
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
George Leach
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Cheating a little bit (I first played it in February but this is the first time I've posted to one of these threads so y'all can cut me some slack!)

I was cycling through Vietnam on a 6 month cycle tour and kept seeing people playing XiangQi by the side of the road in one of the numerous cafes lining the streets of every town and village. So I decided to give it a try and asked for a game against a local. The guy immediately refused and called over a much younger player with a lazy eye and was told he was the best player in Vietnam! I heard this many times over my attempts while sat at cafes sipping away at super strong super sweet coffee (and a couple of lemon iced teas to stave off the dehydration!).
It usually became quite clear that I didn't need the best player in Vietnam sat across from me, basically anyone with a working knowledge of the game could defeat me. this didn't stop the whole cafe from giving the Vietnamese player kibbitzing help.

I've played a little Chess and Shogi and lots of Go but none of them prepare you for the aggressive and awkward nature of the pieces in XiangQi. The Cannons are particularly difficult to assess since they become more powerful by being covered, which is entirely anithetical to all Chess knowledge I had. In conclusion I disliked the game then and I dislike it now but funnily enough it gave me a greater appreciation of Chess, making it seem elegant by comparison.

So a year on it hasn't lasted well but it's not all bad.
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Benedikt Rosenau
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
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A set of Chinese Chess pieces in very good condition. These are large-ish and nicely hefty (heavy plastic). Just the pieces, not the board.

Starting Bid: $5
BIN: $10




SOLD
Thanks Claudio! (bartering at its best)
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
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I bought a cheap plastic set just to learn this game with. Haven't used it, though; play on the computer instead. Same with Shogi, which I can't list here, since I don't own a physical set.

I like all three versions of Chess. Wish I had a few more lifetimes so I'd have a chance to get into them.


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I still do love games with nice components. No matter how good a game is, it drops a notch or two in my estimation if any of its components are paper or cardboard (yeah--that's most games). So, my Classiness dream is still alive and well. Indeed, Backgammon may just be my favorite game of all.
 
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Sir LiveAlot
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Complete in Chinese. 4$.
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Ralf Gering
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Also known as Chinese Chess the game is probably the most popular abstract strategy game in the world. There are approximately 70 million Xiangqi players in China and a growing number of clubs in western countries too. The draw rate among top-ranked players is about 25%, much less than in western Chess. A closely related game is Changgi (Korean Chess), which is also an excellent mindsport.

The World Xianqi Federation: http://www.wxf.org/

Daniel Danzer: "Better than chess - faster, better balanced and much more fun. Simple rules and uncountable possibilities."
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Chieh-Yu Chen
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Remy Gibson
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Matt Brown
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Predates Chess and some say it is better.
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Another one here, around for some time ...
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Paul McKinney
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I finally had my first face to face game of this when I got to play my brother-in-law who was visiting from Singapore. It was an exciting game as I had him on the ropes but was unable to administer the coup de grace and actually ended up loosing in the end. When I used to play Chess my opening and mid-game were usually pretty good but I was always unable to convert my advantage into an endgame victory. Same thing goes for XingQi I guess.

The photo happens to be a picture of the set I picked during a visit to Vietnam.
 
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Daniel Danzer
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No matter, how this obscure list is working, I know that I found BGG by doing some research about XiangQi in December 2005. So I came through the "backdoor", aka the game's page, then I wondered: Where am I? I registered a month later.
Still my only 10, btw. Things don't change that fast, hype of the new or not.
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
Mike Banks
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Nice copy of Elephant Chess, from a small publisher in '68. Complete, very nice!

CA: $2
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:684]
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http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/toys-and-games/games/chinese-ch...

Chinese Chess Set
£24.99
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"A Chinese chess set in a wooden box. Both sides of the wooden box are decorated; the front has a scene showing people playing chess with a group of onlookers. The back of the box has two dragons and some Chinese symbols. The corners of the box have ornate metal protective plates. The board is fixed inside the box and each side of the board can be lifted to reveal a compartment underneath. The playing pieces are kept inside trays in the compartments. The compartments are lined with Chinese writing. There is also a booklet of instructions in English."

Looks quite unusual to me. I wonder what age it is (english rulebook and classic TK Max lock make me think it's pretending to be older than it is) Still price wise isn't too bad for something unusual and if I'm wrong about it's age; then it's a steal.

There is a zoom function and additional images on the linked page.



 
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Hmmmm... Never heard of that one before.
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Another with many books out
 
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Daniel Danzer
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I posted this already in a geeklist 5 years ago. Still, the moment will not be forgotten.

It was one of the first sessions with my son, then 8 years old. We had played "just for fun" several times, discussing the moves, when he required a serious game without so much talking. In fact he wanted to beat me "real", that was obvious. So we started on my home-made board with icons on the back of the characters.

I was quite a bit inattentive, and my son needed a lot of thinking time, but for me it was nice to see him working so wholeheartedly on his triumph, yet I was sure neither to let him win easily, nor that he was a true danger.

I realized he played surprisingly good, and I had to labor a lot to escape his attacks. Then, after thinking for about ten minutes, he said, not even looking at me: "You`ve lost." I couldn`t see his point and had made my own plans in the last ten minutes. He made his move with one of his cannons, a move I had foreseen, and I made my move instantly. He still not looked at me, saying: "Okay ..., I said, you`ve lost." I stared at the battlefield. He explained me his next move and my possible reactions and why they didn`t make any sense, because of his doubled cannon and the "deadly view" of his general, then possible because of his next move ...

My son showed me my hybris and how "education" really works.

I had lost and was happy. People with children understand why, others maybe not.
 
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Maurizio De Leo
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Or elephant chess :-) Here I would argue that the elephant is one of the weakest pieces.
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