It's called "Chess grotesque": special chess problems, with humor, refering to literature or history.
I propose you a literary exercise ... to think and laugh.
Think tarot combinations (like game) grotesque. They can be for two, three or four players. (That is, with two cards, three or four).
It must be said:
b) The cards that pulls each player
c) The literary reading of the round (in English trick?).
Ttitle: One girl by on sword, aka, The famous moviment of Filippo Maria Visconti.
A - Francesco Foscari (doge of Venice)
B - Cosimo il Vechio (the boss of Firenze)
C - Francesco Sforza (condottiero)
D - Filippo Maria Visconti (duke of Milan)
The round (trick?)
1 - Begin Francesco Foscari:
10 Swords. Venice's army threatened Milan. (¡aaaaaaaah! < screams of terror)
2 - Cosimo:
Queen of golden coins. Cosimo don't have swords, but accompanied with gold.
3 - Francesco:
Oh la, la! The king of swords. It is a very powerful card. Milano is lost.
4 - Visconti:
But... In the last moment, as Visconti dont have swords, use the love's trumph and win the round!
******** The finally picture: