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Chess Rules

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The most numerous piece on the chess board is the pawn. Also viewed as the weakest piece, the pawn has a range of one position in a forward direction under most circumstances. However, when taking a piece, the pawn can move diagonally by one position, and in its first move, a pawn can advance two positions.

The Cambridge Springs Variation is an open with a similar idea to the Nimzo. With the move Qa4 black both unpins the knight on f6 and gives themselves control over the d5 square where they can maybe place their knight later on. With the exception of the bishop on c8 all … Read More

Chess Rules

chessChess is often thought of as a complex game, but can really be easily learned. The key to becoming a better player is to never get stuck on one level of play. Always be adding to your game by learning and trying new strategies. Here’s a few tips to start you off.

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You will also find that a great deal of imagination was put into creating these board games. Games such as Monopoly, Go, Risk, and Scrabble have been designed with intricate rules and strategies to keep any player happily playing the game. Chess brings with it very complex … Read More

Chess Rules

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Another essential involves the transfer and acquisition of knowledge. Chess clubs aren’t all about talk; they’re also about studying the moves. However, the entertainment value which chess too can provide should not be forgotten. Intense chess trainings and matches could very well discourage members from appreciating the game. Try to sweeten the training with entertainment. Note: You can’t succeed if you don’t work hard for it and yet, all work and no play never made Jack a tad sharper!

Obviously, to be called a club, players are needed as well. A ploy that always works is to increase membership by giving existing players solid recognition and adequate publicity about their matches. Don’t just advertise the aims … Read More

Chess Rules

chessThe game we call Chess goes so far back into the murky dimness of history that no one is really sure about the specifics of its origin. But scholars generally believe that it originated in what are now Northern India and Afghanistan. The oldest written reference to the game is circa 600 in India. But this game was not the modern day game we know. This version of the game had pieces representing elephants, infantry, cavalry and boatmen, all commanded by a Rajah. There is evidence that it was played on a board similar to the one used today, a board of 64 squares of alternating colors.

Arguably the most important piece on the board is the Queen, which can move in any direction, and in any number of positions. This effectively means the Queen has the furthest reach of any piece, and she should be guarded in order to … Read More

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 … Read More