The only difference between standard Awarichess and synchronous Awarichess is that with this last one we do not accumulate the powers for a long time.
On the contrary, each seeds taking on the mancala (the outside part) is converted at once in moves on the central chessboard.
So, the phases of Awari and Chess quickly succeed one another.
In this variant, there is no need to use the "markers of powers" that are the clear and the dark cones. (Or
it is not necessary to use a paper and a pen unless wanting to note the game)
Synchronous Awarichess is really a mixture of the games of Chess and Awari. Synchronous Awarichess can produce complex and fascinating endgames
and returns the opening and the middlegame even more complicated to negotiate.