Chess Rules

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Thank you for your hint placement suggestion. We have added this for consideration on our to-do list. Tutor only points to a piece you should consider moving, to help narrow down your own assessment, and allow you to think about where to move it. Hint shows the complete move suggestion.

The King is the tallest piece on the chess board and is as well defended on the chess board as it was in real medieval life. At that time, the fall of a king would definitely indicate the loss of the kingdom to invading enemies and that most likely would lead to a change for the worse. It was considered everyone duty, starting from the lowest serf to the highest ranking official, to keep the king safe and free from harm. The king is the most important, but not the most powerful piece in chess. If you do not protect your king, than for sure you will lose the game.

All too often, it seems, authors of the ‘move by move’ books (Everyman Chess) have been recruited for their availability rather than suitability – most notably, the unshakeably available Cyrus Lakdawala – but Réti move by move by Thomas Engqvist (London, 2017) is one of the better volumes in the series and, in principle, Engqvist was a reasonable choice for such a book.

On those days when you are in the mood to tickle your intellectual skills, hit the Puzzles link at for a variety of brain tickling challenges. You can play Robert Langdon and crack the encrypted codes to get the Da Vinci Code feeling. Or try worming out of tough Labyrinths. Or piece together intricate jigsaws.

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Thank you for your suggestions. We have added these for consideration on our to-do list however we’re a very small, very busy team so we can’t say how long it might take to fully assess them. Chess boosts self-esteem – The Chess game helps to build up concentration, perception, self-discipline, planning and much more in children and improves developmental thinking in kids. Rooks – Symbolic of the chariot. It is said that Persian war chariots were often armored with fortified stone work hence the look of a mobile building. Eventually these were redesigned to the look of a turret and the modern Rook. Thank you for your suggestions. We have added these for consideration on our to-do list. in 1903. The history of the determination of the chess sequences is discussed in Schwarzkopf (1994).