Session # 3
INTRODUCTION OF THE PIECES : PAWN AND KNIGHT
- With the exception of when he is on his initial square, where it can
move up two squares, the pawn can only move one square at a time, strait
up and it cannot move backwards. It can capture enemy pieces that are
diagonally in front of him and on the immediate rank after him. Another
interesting characteristic of the pawn is that if we move it up to the
last rank, we can change it in any other pieces except the king. The
pawn cannot jump over any pieces.
The knight, moves two squares to the left or right, up or down, and
then moves one square in an opposing way. The knight is the only piece
that can jump over other pieces. It only captures enemy pieces that
are on the square where the knight finishes its movement.
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
Here, the pawn can move one or two squares
Here, the pawns can only move one square
Here, the white pawn can take the black pawn.
Here, the pawns cannot move back
Movement of the knight
Here, the knight can take the bishop.
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