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  • Some useful information for chess beginners

    If you are beginner in this sport, or if you do not know anything about chess rules, this is a useful post for us.
    - Chess and the square board divided into 8 columns and 8 rows, which has 64 fields - alternating black and white.
    - Player begins the game with 16 chess pieces: 8 pawns, 1 king, 1 queen, 2 bishops, 2 rooks and 2 knights.
    - One player plays white and the other with black pieces. They move their chess pieces alternately, but "White" plays first (starts a game).
    - The aim of the game is to bring opponents to checkmate (checkmate means dead king) situation.​Checkmate is a situation where the king was attacked and there is no way to protect themselves from attacks.
    - In addition to checkmate, the game can end in a draw or stalemate - then the score is tied.

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    If you need more information, I can give them to you at all times.
    Last edited by Sky Ray; 02-24-2015, 03:52 PM.

  • #2
    hey thankyou for that useful information, but is it possible if you show me how the movement of all characters goes, and how to win?

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    • #3
      Of course Marvo, ​it will be my pleasure.
      1. First thing - movement of all chess pieces:
      - The king can move one square in all directions.​
      - The queen can move any number of squares - linear or diagonal.
      - The rooks can move any number of squares - just linear
      - The bishops move any number of squares - diagonally.
      - The knight moves to as "L"-shape
      - The pawn moves linear for one or two square (when he stepped on the opponent's half, a pawn can move only one square​), but he "eat" the opponent's piece diagonally​
      2. Second thing - how to win? The winner is the player who checkmate the opponent's king.

      I hope I helped you.

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      • #4
        This is a useful thread. Nice information about the chess pieces and their movements.

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        • #5
          Good to see detailed roles of chess pieces here. That is important to know and then to follow the skills or techniques on how to do checkmates.

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