Session # 2
INTRODUCTION OF THE PIECES : ROOK, BISHOP, QUEEN AND KING
The rook can either move up or down, or to the left or right, and for
as many squares that there is available. It can capture enemy pieces
that stands in its way. It cannot jump over other pieces.
The bishop moves diagonally, always staying on the same colored squares,
and for as many squares that there is available. It can capture enemy
pieces that stands in its way. It cannot jump over other pieces.
The queen moves like the rook or like the bishop, it has the choice.
The king moves like the queen, but only one square at a time.
When you capture an ennemy piece in chess, you take it's square.
At the end of every session, we recommend pracicing
and / or doing some chess puzzles. This site has chess puzzles and also
a chess forum so you can chat with other players. http://www.chessnerds.com
Movement of the rook
The rook can capture the pawn
Movement of the bishop
Here the bishop can take the pawn
Movement of the queen
Here, the queen can take the pawn
Movement of the king
Here, the king can take the bishop or the rook
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