Yes, if the king is in check, the next move must take the king out of check. You do not necessarily have to move the king, you could take the attacking piece, or block the check by moving a piece in the way.
there are 32 chess pieces on a board and 16 of them are pawns
to play chess the pieces need to be moved about and take other pieces from your opponent and and they go on a board call a chess board
no. you can only strike them out with other pieces
Only the knight has this power/ability to jump over other chess pieces .
The most common chess pieces are pawns since there are 8 of them per side, and 16 of them per set, compared to other pieces that have 2 per side, and 4 per set.
Yes, your king is able to capture other pieces only if they are unprotected by your opponent.
When not playing a game the kings are kept with the other chess pieces in a box so that they do not get lost.
The Knight is the most versatile of chess pieces being capable of movement in 8 directions as well as over other chess pieces . Paladin is also a reference to the virtues of a knight .
There are 16 chess pieces on side of a chess board. Each player receives the same number of pieces and must eliminate the other player's king to win.
Occasionally playing chess requires more pieces than required in the set, when pawns are promoted to other pieces when they reach the 8th rank.
The king; it is larger than all other pieces.
Although the traditional colours of chess pieces are either white or black, other colours can be used so long as they contrast. Some chess sets have red pieces instead of black (I've played a few games with red pieces)