The rules are the same as those for standard chess, except for the following special rules:
Capturing is compulsory.
>> When more than one capture is available, the player may exercise choice.
>> When more than one capture is available, the player may choose.
>> The king has no royal power and accordingly:
* it may be captured like any other piece
* there is no check or checkmate
* there is no castling
>> In addition to its normal promotion options, a pawn may promote to a king.
>> Stalemate is a win for the stalemated player.
>> Pawns are not allowed to advance two spaces from their starting position in a single move.
>> They can always only advance one space forward per move.
>> Promotion is not allowed, i.e pawns are not promoted to any other piece when they reach their eighth rank (it's virtually impossible in anti-chess to reach the top)
>> The game is played for maximum of 100 turns, so each of the players get to make at most 50 moves. At the end, the player with the least number of pieces remaining wins the game.