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Model I -The Star Fish Model-Single Set/Single Platform Games
Book 1 Volume 1 Games 1-3 by Siafa B. Neal

Since the discovery of the 3-D Chess World, with the power of innovative creativity, our inspiration has always been and still is you. We fall in love with the game of chess again and again. It is no secret that the high-concept book of Advance 3-D Chess craze is now sweeping the continental United States, Europe and Asia. Both the hardware prototype and the applications software (electronic applications for gaming) of this new dynamic game may generate tremendous rewards beyond one’s wildest imagination. This space-age game will indeed be new on the market and holds tremendous potentials and promises.

5 Star Review: Take A Seat At The Chess Table Again!

Author and Grand Master Siafa B. Neal is bringing players back to the chess board. His high-level concept Model 1: The Star Fish Model (Book I, Volume1, Games 1-3 will educate with some history of chess, refresh your skills, and bring your gaming experience into this 3-D World of Advance Logistic Chess.

It was boredom with the non-competitive level of play, that forced Siafa to raise the level of cognitive techniques, rules and applications of this mental warfare game, so skilled chess players can benefit. If you are a chess enthusiast, with skills beyond that of a beginner, there is no comparison to the scope, brevity, depth, dexterity and richness this Advance Chess 3 Game opportunity offers.

Siafa’s chess equations for games 1-3 and expertly written into an easy-to-follow format. His photo illustrations will guide you as you work through the games.

Here is an explanation for the Condensed Formula Equations found in this book:

“There is a condensed way of presenting the Equations for the movements of the chess pieces.  The condensed formula, usually termed the Factorial Method (the mathematical equivalent of 1! 2! 3!4!) is simply a way of recognizing the number of pieces that moves during a play.   For instance, the old method uses 1! which means that a single chess piece moves at a time during a single play per Player.  This method seems to be cumbersome especially when you have many Equations for the movements of the chess pieces.
This book focuses on the 2! Equations which use the applied condense movements of TWO Double movements of the chess pieces at a time during a single play per Player; the movements of Four (4) chess pieces at a time during a play per player.  Using the condense method allows for the incorporation of more chess games into a book.  This in turn adds value to my book thereby giving readers more for value the cost of this book.

Using the old method, the Equations would normally start with:

1. O.B.  (I w(Kn (beta) C – Kn 1D); II b (P (alpha) A – P 7A )).
             L.B.(0)            B.C.(0)            U.B.(0)           B.C.(0)

2. O.B. (I w(P (alpha) B – P  2B); II b P (alpha) H – P 7H ))
             L.B.(0)         B.C.(0)          U.B.(0)             B.C.(0)

If Equation 1 and Equation 2 were combined using TWO chess pieces movement instead of just a chess piece at a time for a play, the Condensed Equation would resemble :

1.  O.B. ( I w( Kn(beta) C / P (alpha) B ) – I w(Kn 1D/ P 2B );
             L.B.(0)                L.B.(0)                      B.C.(0)          B.C.(0)
     II b( P (alpha) A / P (alpha ) H ) – II b(P  7A / P 7H  )).
           U.B.(0)           U.B.(0)         B.C.(0)              B.C.(0)

The Condensed Equation, Equation # 1 would read :
In Equation 1,part 1,Sections(A/B),for Section(A),Player I Orange-Blue color band White Knight that positions at Row(beta),Column(C),Lower Bottom(L.B.) section, Base(0),uses the Direct Physical 3/2 squares movement to displace to Row(1), Column(D),Bottom Center(B.C.) Platform, Base(0)  AND for Section(B),Player I Orange-Blue color band White Pawn that positions at Row(alpha),Column(B),Lower Bottom(L.B.) section, Base(0),uses the Direct Physical two spaces vertical ( Chess Set # 1,the Single Set/Single Platform game, having a conventional GROUND-TO-GROUND (G-G) initial positional configuration) movement to displace to Row(2), Column(B),Bottom Center(B.C.) Platform, at Base(0).

As a chess player myself, I hope the example above helps you understand what the chess equations look like and I challenge you to take on the higher level of mental awareness, that comes with the three games laid out so expertly, in this advance 3-D Chess Masterpiece.

Grand-Master Siafa B. Neal is available for one-on-chess instruction (fees apply). He is an inventor, artist, designer, engineer, and the master mind behind his Advance 3-D Chess Book Series (with full games).

You can contact Siafa B. Neal at this email: chessplayer3334@gmail.com

Start learning advance chess today and see where the master-minds go.

Book Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).

Product Details:
Paperback: 134 Pages
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC; Illustrated Edition (October 28, 2019)
Language: English
Global Library: Games

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Model I – The Star Fish Model – Single Set/Single Platform Games
Book 1 Vol. 1 Games (4-6) by Siafa B. Neal

This book entitled, Model I – The Star Fish Model – Single Set/Single Platform Games (S.S./S.P. 1.1 G (4-6), Book 1 Vol. 1 Games (4-6), is about the Single Set Games played on Model I, the Star Fish or Sting Ray Model. The Single Set mentioned in the title refers to the use of just one chess set in the game; this means that a chess player would have to Checkmate his/her opponent’s King only once to win the game. The Single Platform mentioned in the title also refers to the use of just one Platform or one game board. This game board distinguishes the Star Fish model from other designed game boards. This book also describes three (3) unique chess games played on Model I. The games are Game # 4, Game # 5 and Game # 6.

Model I, the Star Fish or Sting Ray Model resembles a flat looking almost square fish that swims in the shallow waters of the Caribbean Islands. This fish floats and swims in a majestic manner with ripples like motions quivering and waving its flat body as it swims at the ocean floor.

The publication of this book, Model I, is an attempt to get back to the bases of my Chess games. Model I was the original base of my Advance Chess games. It was from Model I that Model II, the Latitudinal Star Gate 14 Model and Model III, the Longitudinal Star Gate 14 Model were evolved.

5 Star Review: Getting Back To the Basics Of Chess!

Author and Grand Master Siafa B. Neal is getting back to the basics of Chess. His high-level concept Model 1: The Star Fish Model (Book I, Volume1, Games 4-6) begin with some history.

Siafa educates us chess enthusiasts with an Introduction to International Chess Tournaments, Chess Olympiad, Current Introduction to Computer Chess Match, and the History of Computers in Chess Tournaments.

Siafa shares news: from 1996, when Gary Kasparov, the world chess champion, challenges the IBM super chess computer, IBM RS/6000 SP or “Deep Blue”.

Siafa asks his readers to answers questions like “Should Chess Be an Olympic Sport?”.

For those of us chess players only familiar with the classic board, Siafa shares where The Star Fish Model got its name. The board itself “resembles a flat looking almost square fish that swims in the shallow waters of the Caribbean Islands. This fish floats and swims in a majestic manner with ripples like motions quivering and waving its flat body as it swims at the ocean floor”. Once you see the Star Fish Model in play with his photos, you will understand the name better.

Siafa using amazing photos that he took to help new players progress through Games 4-6.

The Equations below represent some of the initial movements of a sample Single Set game on a single-layer conventional chess board. It is important to learn the Single Set Game, before moving on to the Double Set Game.

1. I w (P2A-P4A); II b (P7B – P5B)
2. I w (Kn1B-Kn3C); II b (B8C-B6A)
3. I w (P2D-P4D); II b (PB7-P6C)
4. I w (P2G-P4G); II b (P7E-P6E)
5. I w (Kn1G-Kn3H)

Equation 1 states:
1. I w (P2A-P4A); II b (P7B-P5B)

This means that:
In Equation 1, part 1, Player I White Pawn that positions at Row (2), Column (A) or (P 2A) advances forward two spaces to Row (4), Column (A) or (P4A).
In Equation 1, part 2, Player II responds by moving the Black Pawn that stations at Row (7), Column (B) or (P7B) to Row (5), Column (B) or (P5B).

Equation 2 states:

2. I w (Kn1B-Kn3C); II b (B8C-B6A)
This means that:
In Equation 2, part 1, Player I White Knight that positions at Row (1), Column (B) or (Kn 1B) uses the 3/2 squares Forward Advance movement to advance to Row (3), Column (C) or (Kn3C).
In Equation 2, part 2, Player II responds by moving the Black Bishop that stations at Row (8), Column (C) or (B8C) diagonally to Row (6), Column (A) or (B6A).

Equation 3 states:

3. I w (P2D-P4D); II b (PB7-P6C)
This means that:
In Equation 3, part 1, Player I White Pawn that positions at Row (2), Column (D) or (P 2D) uses the two spaces Forward Advance movement to displace to Row (4), Column (D) or (P4D).
In Equation 3, part 2, Player II Black Pawn that stations at Row (B), Column (7) or (PB7) uses the single space Forward Advance movement to displace to Row (6), Column (C) or (P6C).

Equation 4 states:

4. I w (P2G-P4G); II b (P7E-P6E)
This means that:
In Equation 4, part 1, Player I White Pawn that positions at Row (2), Column (G) or (P2G) uses the two spaces Forward Advance movement to displace to Row (4), Column (G) or (P4G).
In Equation 4, part 2, Player II Black Pawn that stations at Row (7), Column (E) or (P7E) uses the single space Forward Advance movement to displace to Row (6), Column (E) or (P6E).

Equation 5 states:

5. I w (Kn1G-Kn3H)
This means that:
In Equation 5, part 1, Player I White Knight that positions at Row (1), Column (G) or (Kn 1G) uses the 3/2 squares Forward Advance movement to displace to Row (3), Column (H) or (Kn3H).

As a chess player myself, I hope the equations listed above help you understand how the games are laid out. I challenge you to take on games 4-6 and continue expanding your chess intellect.

Grand-Master Siafa B. Neal is available for one-on-chess instruction (fees apply). He is an inventor, artist, designer, engineer, and the master mind behind his Advance 3-D Chess Book Series (with full games).

You can contact Siafa B. Neal at this email: chessplayer3334@gmail.com

Book Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).

Product Details:
Paperback: 148 Pages
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (April 14, 2020)
Language: English
Global Library: Games

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Model I -The Star Fish Model-Single Set/Single Platform Games
Book 2 Volume 1 Games (7-8) by Siafa B. Neal

I am now back to the bases with Model I, now that I have published my Advance Chess books for Model III.  Model I, (a simplified version of Model III, discusses the Star Fish or Sting Ray Model.  This book entitled, Model I – the Star Fish Model – Single Set/Single Platform Game, Book 1 Vol. 1 Games (7-8), (S.S./S.P. 1.1. G (7-8), focuses on a single board game (single Platform, S.P.) which is call the Star Fish Model.  This game board uses only one chess set, (single Set, S.S.).

The game board consists of a Center Board and four hexagonal sections on the four sides of the Center Board. The names of the hexagonal sections are, the Upper Bottom (U.B.) section, the Lower Bottom (L.B.) section, the Bottom Left (B.L.) section and the Bottom Right (B.R.) section. The hexagon at the Top side of the Center Board is the Upper Bottom (U.B.) section at Base (0), since this is a Single Platform (single board) game; this game involves only one Platform or only one game board for the Star Fish Model.  If the games involve two Platforms or two Star Fish Models, as with case with Model III, then one of the Platforms would be the Bottom Platform, at Base (0), and the other Platform would be the Top Platform at Base (1). The hexagon at the Bottom side of the Center Board is the Lower Bottom (L.B.) section at Base (0). The hexagon at the Left side of the Center Board is the Bottom Left (B.L.) section at Base (0) and the hexagon at the Right side of the Center Board is the Bottom Right (B.R.) section at Base (0).

5 Star Review: Advance Chess Explanations and Games 7-8 To Master!

Author and Grand Master Siafa B. Neal takes the time to describe the game board more. The best way to describe the board is, picture a classical chess board with four hexagonal section (wings). The author uses real board photography to explain the board.

Siafa created Games 7-8 to be played on a Single Platform. If you need a advance single platform chess board in order to play the games in Siafa’s Advance Chess Book Series, he offers a simple design board, at a reasonable price.

I am impressed with Siafa’s game board diagrams, along with photos, which helped me with the basic concepts. There is section dedicated to the Explanations for the Condensed Equations (Pages 37-40).

Example of Explanation for the Condensed Formula Equations.

There is a condensed way of presenting the Equations for the movements of the chess pieces.  The condensed formula, usually termed the Factorial Method (the mathematical equivalent of 1!  2!  3!  4!) is simply a way of recognizing the number of pieces that moves during a play.   For instance, the old method uses 1! a single chess piece movement at a time during a single play per Player.  This method seems to be cumbersome especially when you have many Equations for the movements of the chess pieces. 

This book focuses on the 1! Equations which use the applied condense movements of TWO movements of the chess pieces at a time during a single play per Player; the movements of Four (4) chess pieces at a time during a play per player.  Using the condense method allows for the incorporation of more chess games into a book.  This in turn adds value to my book thereby giving readers more value for the cost of this book.

Using the old method, the Equations would normally start with:

1.  O.B.  (  I w( Kn (beta) C – Kn  1D )   ;   II b( P (alpha) A – P  7A  )).

                  L.B.(0)                  B.C.(0)               U.B.(0)              B.C.(0)

2.  O.B.  ( I w( P (alpha) B – P  2B )   ;   II b( P  (alpha) H – P  7H ))

                L.B.(0)                 B.C.(0)            U.B.(0)                  B.C.(0)

If Equation 1 and Equation 2 were combined using TWO chess pieces movement instead of just a chess piece at a time for a play, the Condensed Equation would resemble:

1.   O.B.  (  I w(  Kn(beta) C / P (alpha) B )   –   I w(  Kn  1D/  P  2B );

                    L.B.(0)                L.B.(0)                      B.C.(0)          B.C.(0)

         ;    II b(  P (alpha) A / P (alpha ) H )   –   II b( P   7A /  P  7H  )).

               U.B.(0)                 U.B.(0)             B.C.(0)                        B.C.(0)

After you understand the method of ‘Equations’ you can proceed to Game Photos for the Single Set/ Single Platform (S.S/S.P.) and play Game 7 (Pages 41-76). If you purchased Book 1, Volume 1, Games 1-3 and Book 1, Volume 1, Games 4-6 you have working knowledge of Siafa’s game concept and will find games 7-8 more enjoyable. It is not necessary to buy these chess books in order, but I recommend it.

After you have mastered Game 7, you can move ahead to the Equations and Game Photos for the Single Set/Single Platform (S.S/S.P.) Game 8 (Pages 77-125).

I challenge you to play games 7-8, so you will be ready for the Siafa’s Book 1, Volume 1, Games 9-10.

Grand-Master Siafa B. Neal is available for one-on-chess instruction (fees apply). He is an inventor, artist, designer, engineer, and the master mind behind his Advance 3-D Chess Book Series (with full games). He also sells a simple game board for those players who want to practice his chess strategies.

You can contact Siafa B. Neal at this email: chessplayer3334@gmail.com

Book Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).

Product Details:
Paperback: 148 Pages
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (June 12, 2020)Language: English
Global Library: Games

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Model I – The Star Fish Model- Single Set/Single Platform Games
Book 1 Vol. 1 Games (9-10) Advance Chess for Dummies by Siafa B. Neal

This book entitled, Model I – the StarFish Model – Single Set/Single Platform Games, (S.S./S.P. 1.1 G (9-10)), Book 1 Vol. 1 Games (9-10), is published especially for Beginners of Advance Chess. The content materials of this book are simple and easy to read. This book contains Diagrams, Illustrations, Drawings and Photos showing Model I – the StarFish Model. The games’ Photos are in color prints that describe Game # 9 and Game # 10. Model I is the very basic simplified version of Model III, the Longitudinal Star Gate 14 Model, which consists of two StarFish Models as a single unit.

The StarFish Model consists of a single Platform or one game board which designates as the Bottom Platform at Base (0). On the other hand, Model III comprises two Platforms or two game boards one of which designates as the Bottom Platform at Base (0) and the other as the Top Platform at Base (1). Because Model I is a simplified version of Model III, many Beginners of chess may find this book easier to read and to understand. This book stimulates an interesting reading about Advance Chess.

5 Star Review: Advance Chess For Dummies (Games 9-10)!

Author and Grand Master Siafa B. Neal developed Book One, Volume One, Games 9-10 for the beginner to ‘The Star Fish Model-Single Set Advance Chess’.

As someone who doesn’t play in tournaments, I play for the intellectual challenge Chess brings. Although you play with a partner, human or computer, it is a game against the board, as much as the game of golf is against the course.

After some basic history, this book has Section A: Model I: Photos and Diagrams (Pages 13-34), Abbreviations of the Trapezoidal Platforms (Page 34), Explanation for the Condensed Equation (Pages 35-37).

Abbreviations of the Trapezoidal Platforms:

U.B.(0)  = Upper Bottom Platform at the Bottom Level of Base(0)

L.B. (0) = Lower Bottom Platform at the Bottom Level of Base(0).

B.L. (0) = Bottom Left Platform at the Bottom Level of Base(0).

B.R. (0) = Bottom Right Platform at the Bottom Level of Base(0).

B.C. (0) = Bottom Center Level at the Bottom Level of Base(0).

Included in These Advance Chess Books Are These Greek Symbols:

Alpha = α

Beta = β

Gamma = γ

Sigma = σ

Alpha Prime = α’

Beta Prime = β’

Gamma Prime = γ’

Sigma Prime = σ’

Next you move into Game # 9 Equations (Pages 37-43) and the Actual Game # 9 with Photos and Equations (Pages 44-78). Once you master Game 9, it is only logical to move ahead to Game # 10 Equations (Pages 79-89) and the Actual Game # 10 with Photos and Equations (Pages 90-142).

The game board photos and diagrams will help you immensely. Siafa makes himself available for one-on-one or group instruction (fees apply).

I challenge you to keep the game going and play games 9-10.

Grand-Master Siafa B. Neal is available for one-on-chess instruction (fees apply). He is an inventor, artist, designer, engineer, and the master mind behind his Advance 3-D Chess Book Series (with full games). He also sells a simple game board for those players who want to practice his chess strategies.

You can contact Siafa B. Neal at this email: chessplayer3334@gmail.com

Book Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).

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Paperback: 144 Pages
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (August 16, 2020)
Language: English
Global Library: Games

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Advance Chess – Model I – The Double Set/Single Platform Games
Book 2 Volume 1 Game # 1 by Siafa B. Neal

This book describes a Double Set/Single Platform game played on Model I, which is the Star Fish or StingRay Model. The game is a Double Set game which comprises two chess sets. Hence, it is considered a Double Set which is played on a single game board with a single Platform. In my earlier publications, it is unlike the Single Set/Single Platform games. Whereas, the Double Set/Single Platform game is much more complex and intricate in nature, since it involves more Equations or Statements that describe the movement of the chess pieces on the game board.

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Paperback: 110 Pages
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (September 28, 2020)
Language: English
Global Library: Games

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Advance Chess – Model I – The Double Set/Single Platform Games
Book 2 Vol. 1 Game # 2 by Siafa B. Neal

This book begins with the Double Set (two chess set) / Single Platform (one game board) game. It involves Model I which is the StarFish or StingRay Model A maximum of four (4) chess players may engage in a Double Set game. This may involve two chess sets whereby each chess player controls one of the two halves of a single chess set. In another scenario, the game may also involve two (2) chess players who may each control half of each of the two chess sets. As in the case that involves a match with three chess set games, Player I (you) would need to Checkmate your opponents’ Kings twice to win the game. The other two chess players, namely Player II and Player III need to Checkmate Player I (your chess set) only once to win the match.

I attempt to make this book fun and interesting to read. In doing so, by providing Diagrams, Illustrations, Drawings and Photos about Game # 2, the Double Set / Single Platform game using Model I. This book also contains Equations or Statements that describe the movement of the chess pieces. This description involves the start of a chess piece’s initial position on the game board to the end of the movement when the chess player moves that particular chess piece.

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Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (January 12, 2021)
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Message From The Author and Chess Master Siafa B. Neal: The fascination of International Chess Competitions among professional players, like the Grand Masters from Russia, Gary Karpov, Kasparov and Vladimir Kraminik and the Grand Masters form U.S.A., Bobby Fisher and Paul Morphy, intuitively spark my desire to design chess games that require higher degrees of cognitive elasticity.

My experiences in past chess games at the non-competitive levels reflects a state of boredom. I find that raising the levels of cognitive techniques, rules and applications of this mental warfare game, an avid chess enthusiast would find no comparison to the scope, brevity, depth, dexterity and richness this Advance Chess game offers, to which, may I add, was my design and may someday be marketable world-wide.

This brings to mind how little, we as masters of the planet, use our mental capabilities for our daily decision-making processes. We only use a minuscule fraction of our total mental capacities and thus, cease to develop our minds to their full potential, thereby, leaving it to remain in its infancy. The brevity of computers or application robotics, in conjunction with artificial intelligence, in comparison to the human mind is comparable to just a speck of sand along a vast ocean floor. The link of today’s progressive technologies has only widened the expanse of our understanding of the human mind and its network complexities.

An adaptable developing mind is capable of adjusting and surviving the pressures of today’s rapid technological progression. The frequent use of the techniques that apply to the games of Advance Chess does produce, from my understanding of the biological synaptic composition of our minds, an alert conscious mind which is relatively free from the drawbacks of Attention Deficit Hypertension Disorder (A.D.H.D.) that is an ailment of many people globally. Thus, the techniques of play in the Advance Chess games require the use of a keen sense of concentration and an awareness of the rules and regulations pertaining to the model in question.

This follows a common phrase, “Use it or lose it.” The key to a successful completion for any Player in Advance Chess Games is the willingness to have an open mind and a particularly keen awareness of the techniques, rules and applications that apply to that particular model. When I play Advance Chess whether it is solitaire (with an imaginary opponent) or with a challenger, I almost always apply the motto: ” When you have exhausted all the possibilities, whatever remains, however infinitesimal, then becomes a possibility “. Enjoy and have fun while at play, because, ” You are what you think, you think therefore you are”. After all, it is not so much about the thrill of winning games as it is about the ardent quality of play as it relates to the rules and applications that precedes the Patterns and Processes of the logic sequential premise that Advance Chess offers. –This text refers to the paperback edition.

“May the Forces of Goodness be with you! Do feel free to pass this message on-wards to friends pending for patent and should be on the market in a short while.” Grand Master Siafa B. Neal

Grand-Master / Founder / Inventor / Instructor / Author / Artist / Designer – ADVANCE 3-D MODEL MATRIX VECTOR LOGISTICS CHESS.

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