Similar, but different: Chinese Chess opens an exciting alternative to the world-famous board game with pawns, queen and king. In a way it’s very similar because it’s about thinking outside the box, about strategy and tactics, and ultimately about checkmating the opponent. To do so you have to command advisors, elephants and cannons, each of which having certain abilities and limitations. While in the Western version of chess the figures are moved on the squares of the board, Chinese Chess is about moving the playing pieces between the intersections of the lines. The board folds into a stylish wooden casket that is lined with velvet, so you can take it with you and have a game of chess quite everywhere.