Set up the Chess board by placing all the white and black pieces in their proper starting locations.
Start the Game. White goes first. The player with white pieces moves any piece legally, as as described above. Then it becomes Black’s turn.
Continue play with each player moving one piece per turn until the game ends. ...
Capture an opponent’s piece by moving a piece into an occupied square. The captured piece is then removed from the board and is permanently removed.
End the game.
The board layout for chess is an 8x8 square grid, adjacent squares having alternating dark or light color. There are two players, whose pieces begin the game on opposite sides. One player has 16 light-colored pieces (White) and moves first. The other player has 16 dark-colored pieces (Black). Subject to the actual rules, these are the pieces and how they move : * King (1 each) - one square in any direction, more in special move "castling". * Queen (1 each) - any number of squares in a straight unblocked line * Rook / Castle (2 each) - any number of squares vertically or horizontally (unblocked) * Bishop (2 each) - any number of squares diagonally (same color and unblocked) * Knight (2 each) - one square vertically or horizontally, then one diagonally (L shape) - never blocked * Pawn - (8 each) - one square forward only, option of two on first move Pieces "attack" an opponent piece by occupying the same square, removing the opponent piece. Pawns, however, attack one square ahead diagonally, as opposed to how they move. For tournament play, clocks are used to give each player equal time to plan and move, while allowing for a limit to the length of the competition. (For complete rules, see links.)
To set up the board, make sure a light colored square is on the right side.
Rooks are placed in the corners. Knights are beside them. Then come the Bishops. King and Queen are placed in the center. The Queen always starts on her own color (Black's Queen starts on a dark square; White's starts on a light square).
The 8 pawns are lined up in front of the back pieces.
You can look to the two related links below on how to play chess .
Yes, you can play a chess game.
no but you use rooks to play chess
You can play chess against a computer on a gaming website such as Chess Free, Chess Base and Shredder Chess or by downloading a chess game on to your computer.
You can learn the rules of chess and how to play the game at the related link below which has a number of tutorials on how to play chess .
There are many online gaming websites that offer chess free to play. Some of these websites include Spark Chess, Chess, Play Chess as well as Chess World.
The websites where you could play chess games online would be MiniClip, Chess Online, Online chess, and others. There are many websites to play chess online.
No. He sucks at chess
the same reason you play chess; for fun, entertainment
Both he and his wife Michelle play chess .
You dont need a ball to play chess.
You can play chess at the related link below .
Let's play chess.
You can learn to play chess at the related links below .
The first chess computer that could play chess was called Deep Blue.
Chess is a sport because in a sport there are 2+ players who play and in Chess there are 2 players who play.
To play solitaire chess you play yourself as your own opponent . (If I understood your question correctly.)
I believed they have played chess before. But I don't know how often they play chess because of their bust schedules!!
There are a number of chess site where you can play chess with another opponent such as Yahoo Games .
Only 2 people can play a chess game.
yes he plays chess
Chess is a game that is played internationally .
we can play chess
im not exactly sure if your asking what you want to do in a chess game, or why people play and enjoy chess. well, im here to tell you both. what you want to do in chess is call ' checkmate! ' or actually win a chess game by checkmating your opponent. why people play chess is a lot less eaisier. i love playing chess, but most people play for the enjoyment, while others play for competetion, or the oppostite, relaxation. i hope i helped you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! enjoy chess!!! lolz
Chess game rules can be found on Wikipedia, Chess Rules and Basics, Chess Variants, Chess For Kids, Rules for Chess, How To Play and Chess Guidelines.
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