Other Rules

As in classical chess, the pawn that reaches the last square will rise. But differently, here the pawn turns into whatever piece the pawn is. There is an exception here for the king's pawn and the pawns of the pawns. King's pawn to the last square when he reaches, he turns into the Prince, who must checkmate the opponent to win. The prince acts just like the king. When the pawn's pawn reaches the last square, it remains there and cannot be taken by the opponent. Opponent's piece against a pawn If there is a situation that he cannot avoid losing, or if a pawn has a situation that can take 2 different opponent pieces at the same time, the player can move the Pawn of the Pawns that he has reached to the end and after this move, like a pawn continues to move. When this pawn reaches the last square for the second time, it becomes a Prince and in this way, after its 3rd move, it becomes an outside king who acts like a prince.

The moment the player gets stuck, he loses the game. The player without an outside king or prince loses the game. If the player who lost his king has an external king or prince, one of them plays the king role. and moves like a king. If you can get your king to the opponent's inner goal, the game ends in a draw.