As funny as your pawns changing gender
So, anyway, apparently I can uncover the rules of your game in 20 questions or less, with the power of binary search. As long as you're willing to cooperate, we can soon enough know the rules of Real Ancient Chess. To entice you to cooperate I'm going to bring up graphics and all.
I'm going to ask you a question about the game, if the answer if yes, I'll know that the premises so far about it are right, then we can move to the next question. If the answer is No, then you tell me what is wrong with the premise, and we will have learned that about the game.
This works because I'm the one spending the time building the concepts about the game to investigate if they are right, and all you need to do is answering yes or explaining where they're wrong, which should be much faster to you than having to explain the full ruleset.
Is Real Ancient Chess a game played in a 10x10 board, with sides White and Black, controlled each side by a player, with 20 pieces each, arranged in some way in the first 2 rows of the board, where there's a way for pieces to capture enemy pieces, with a King somewhere that needs to escape if threatened, and the objective of the game is to threaten the opponent's king in a position where it can't escape, awarding the player that does so a win?