How Does The King Move In Chess? (With Rules!)

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In chess, there are 16 chess pieces on each side. Out of them, the king is the most valuable chess piece. But do you know, how does the king move in chess? The king moves only one square at a time in any direction. It also has a special move called castling. A king can … Read more

Why Chess Board Has 64 Squares? (Explained!)

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Staring at the chessboard I often wonder why the chessboard only has 64 squares. Why not any number greater or smaller than 64? So, out of my curiosity, I researched, and here’s what I got. Why chess board has 64 squares? An 8×8 chessboard with a total of 64 squares is the ideal number for … Read more

Names Of All The Chess Pieces (With Pictures & Facts)

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Chess is one of the most popular and oldest board games in the world. When you get interested in chess the very first question that comes to your mind is, what are the names of all the chess pieces? In a standard game of chess, there are six different types of chess pieces namely king, … Read more

Why Do Chess Bishops Have A Cut? (Explained)

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One day while setting up the chess pieces on the board, my eyes stuck on the cut on the chess bishop. I was wondering why this cut is present on this chess piece, what does it represent. I got excited, so I researched, and here’s what I got. Why do chess bishops have a cut? … Read more

Which Chess Piece Can Move Diagonally? (Explained)

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When you start learning chess, one of the first things you learn about is how the chess pieces move. And while studying that, a question may come to your mind, which chess piece can move diagonally? In chess, the king, queen, bishop, and pawn are the only pieces that can move diagonally. The rook and … Read more

Difference Between Mistake And Blunder In Chess (Explained)

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Are you confused to understand the difference between mistake and blunder in chess? Then don’t worry, because in this article I’m going to clear all your doubts along with examples. So, what is the difference between a mistake and a blunder in chess? A mistake is denoted by a single question mark “?” after a … Read more

A Complete Guide On Tempo In Chess With Example!

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You might have heard the word ‘tempo’ many times in chess. Also, phrases such as ‘gaining a tempo’, ‘with tempo’, or ‘losing a tempo’. But do you know what does tempo means? A tempo means a turn to move. It is the way time is measured in chess. When a player makes the opponent waste … Read more

How To Resign In Chess? (With Etiquette!)

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You might have seen professional chess games in which the chess players resign. But do you know how to resign in chess? Here’s how you should resign: First, stop the clock, shake your opponent’s hand by making eye contact and giving a nod of approval, and then, after recording the result, sign the scoresheet. There’s … Read more

How Does The Knight Move In Chess? (Complete Guide!)

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In chess, each chess piece has a unique movement. But out of all, the movement of the knight is completely unique, which often makes it the most confusing chess piece, especially for beginners. But don’t worry! In this article, I’m going to cover from start to finish all the questions and doubts regarding the movement … Read more