Have you heard about a game called "Really Bad Chess"? I hadn't either until I read a fascinating Slate article entitled "Who Says Games Need to Be Fair?". The piece, by Chris Suellentrop, describes how "game designer and conceptual artist", Zach Gage, created a video game that randomly assigns Queens (yes plural), Castles, Bishops, etc. In other words, you don't get the regular array of pieces at the beginning of the game. Rather, in an example he provides, you may be given "one king, one pawn, two bishops, eight knights, and three queens while your opponent is given one king, two pawns, three bishops, two rooks, six knights, and two queens.