Introducing the game Co Up at dream99

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Chess is a game developed based on the regular game of Chinese chess. This is an extremely popular game at dream99 card game portal. This is because the rules of upside down chess are extremely interesting, it can be said that they are much more interesting than Chinese chess. However, the only difference between face down chess and Chinese chess is that the chess pieces will be face down in the first turn and randomly arranged on the board. However, the rules for moving, checking, and capturing pieces of upside down chess will be exactly the same as Chinese chess. Therefore, to play chess upside down, you need to be knowledgeable about Chinese chess first.

Rules of playing upside down chess at dream99
Upside down chess table
Participating in playing upside down chess at dream99 card game portal, you will have 2 different table options. Specifically, there are 2 types of tables in facedown chess as follows:

10-minute table: Each move will be played within a maximum of 60 seconds
5-minute table: Each fake move can be made within 30 seconds
To participate in the upside down chess tables at dream99, you need to meet the condition that the amount of money in your account must be at least 10 times the table amount. For example, to enter a 5K table, the minimum amount in your account must be 50K.

If you can't find the table you want or want to create a separate table, you can click the create table button, then set the number of players, time, and table money.

On the contrary, if you want to quickly compete with other players. At that time, quickly click play so that dream99's computer system will automatically find a suitable table for you to play.

Chessman
At the beginning of each chess game, there must be 32 chess pieces divided equally on each side, including 16 Red and 16 Black pieces. Chess pieces will be divided into 7 types of pieces including generals, soldiers, bishops, rooks, cannons, knights, and pawns. Initially, the chess pieces on the board (except the General) will be placed face down and randomly arranged on the board. The symbols for the pieces in the face down chess are as follows:

How to march
In Up Chess, the first move of each piece will follow the exact move of the position that piece is standing on. After the first move, the piece will be turned over and from then on must follow the rules of the piece on which it was revealed.

For example: The face-down chess piece is standing in the position of the pawn, its first move will follow the pawn's move. After the first move, the face-down piece is revealed to be a Rook. Then in the following turns, the chess piece will now follow the path of the Rook.

Capture troops
When a piece reaches another intersection where an opposing piece is already standing, the player will have the right to capture that piece and occupy the position of the captured piece. Captured pieces will be calculated according to the corresponding piece pay.

However, the rules of the game also stipulate that players will not be allowed to threaten to capture an opponent's piece for more than 6 consecutive turns with one or more pieces.

Checkmate
The player moves a piece so that that piece or another piece can capture the opponent's General in the next move, which is called Checkmate. The side being checked must find a way to defend and avoid checking. Otherwise, you will lose the whole game.

Champions can be projected from all four directions (also projected from behind). This is a fundamental difference compared to the rules of traditional Chinese chess. When you are in check, you can respond to check in one of the following ways:

Move the General to another position to avoid check.
Capture the piece in check.
Use other pieces to block the checkmate, move pieces to cover the General.
When checking a General and not having any moves left to prevent the General from being captured on the next move is called Checking.

When it's your turn and there are no valid moves left to make, it's called being forced. Even if you haven't been checked, you're still considered a LOSS.

Note: Players will not be allowed to check by using the same piece to repeat the check position 3 times in a row.

Law comes first
Starting a game, the system will randomly arrange whether the player holds the red or blue pieces. Accordingly, the person holding the Red army has the right to go first. However, in the next games, the LOSER will have priority to go first. In case the previous game is a Draw, the system will transfer the first turn to another Player.

Results of the match
Win: When a player checks, forces a checkmate, or the opponent asks to lose, the time is up and it will be counted as a WIN.

Loss: When a player is checkmated, forced to play or asks to lose, the time expires and it will be considered a LOSS.

Draw: After 60 moves (each player has made 30 moves) without a winning/captured piece, the game is a DRAW. In addition, if the player uses the "Pray for a draw" feature and the opponent agrees, the game will be considered a DRAW.

Note:

After 30s/60s (specified time for a move), if the Player has not yet deployed a valid move, he or she will be penalized, and the Player's personal time will pass faster.

5-minute goal: from the 31st second of the move, the penalty will be x2 time.
10-minute goal: from the 61st second of the move, the penalty time will be x3.
Prepare the bill

Winnings will be calculated based on Bet and Show.

Maximum winnings = x10 times table money
Minimum winning amount = x1 times the table amount
When a Player wins the game:

Total win = Table money + Game money + Check money – Waste money.

When a Player loses a game

Total loss = Table money + Game money + Bet money

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Winning money:

The maximum payout is 14 times the table payout.

How to calculate the winnings = own winnings – opponent's winnings.

Note: When you lose or your time runs out, you will lose x10 times the table money.

If the game results in a draw

Total profit = Winning money

The law protects the winner

Winner: Does not count the winnings when their winnings are smaller than their opponent's

Loser: Do not count the winnings when their winnings are larger than their opponents

Chess pieces and corresponding pieces

Rook: x0.75 times the bet
Cannon: x0.3 times the bet
Knight: x0.3 times the bet
Soldier: x0.2 times the bet
Bishop: x0.2 times the bet
Pawn: x0.1 times the bet
The reference in the flag is face down

Reference pieces are pieces that block the general's movement path. Using reference pieces and being able to squash the opponent's squash, the squasher will receive a reward equal to x5 times the table money. The payout rates of the reference pieces are as follows:

Rook: x1.5 times the bet
General: x1.5 times the bet
Cannon: x1.0 times the bet
Knight: x1.0 times the bet
Soldier: x2 times the bet
Bishop: x2 times the bet
Pawn: x2 times the bet
Checkmate position in face down chess

Check position: Is the collection of pieces participating in direct check of the general leading to Checkmate.

Special projection positions:

Cage Cannon: In which one cannon shines directly at the champion, the other cannon is the fuse (pedestal, cushion…) of the other cannon: X5 times the table money.
Position of Rook, Cannon, Knight: Includes Rook, Cannon, and Knight projected directly on the champion leading to checkmate: x5 times the table money.
Normal projections:

Individual check pieces will count as reference pieces.
The check money will be calculated by the formula: Check money = Total check position + Money of the pieces participating in check
Note: The maximum amount of money a player can win is x5 times the table money.

How to calculate waste

For games with a total time OVER 3 minutes (5-minute game) and 6 minutes (10-minute game), the winner will receive full money.

Waste = 2% of total winnings

If the total time of the game is UNDER 3 minutes (5 minute table) and 6 minutes (10 minute table), the winner only gets half the money and the loser still loses the full amount.

Waste = 50% of total winnings

Epilogue
Upside down is an extremely attractive form of game that you should experience when participating in the dream99 card game portal. Hopefully through this article you can better understand how to play Upward Chess. Wishing you guys