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At the start of a game of Chess only one move is allowed - White always makes the first move .

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Are there any unique chess moves?

A player can only castle once in a game.


How many pawns are on a chess board at the beginning of a game?

There are sixteen pawns at the onset of the chess game with eight pawns per player .


What do they call the start of a chess game?

The "opening moves" begin a chess game. The first opening move goes to the player of the white pieces, followed by a defensive move by the player of the black pieces.


Can you have a tye in chess?

Stalemate is a situation in chess where the player whose turn it is to move is not in check but has no legal moves. A stalemate ends the game in a draw.


What is pat in chess?

Pat means stalemate in Chess. Stalemate is a situation in chess where the player whose turn it is to move is not in check but has no legal moves. A stalemate ends the game in a draw.


What are the names of the ties in a chess game?

A tied game of chess is called a Stalemate, this happens when all a player's moves would put his King into check, but the King is not actually in check at that moment.


Which side moves first in a game of chess?

The white side moves first.


Where can you learn chess moves?

The best place to learn chess moves would be only at the Chess website. It shows many different techniques for winning at a chess game and can prove useful.


When playing chess what does the term stalemate mean?

The term stalemate in chess means that one player has no legal moves on his/her turn, thus ending the game in a draw. To stalemate someone is when the player who has legal moves moves in such a way that their opponent may not make a legal move for their turn.


What name is given to the most chess pieces on the board at the start of the game?

Pawn. Each player has 8 pawns in the beginning of the game.


Which color moves first in a chess game?

The lighter coloured pieces. The player controlling those is referred to as 'white' in the game and they move first.


At the beginning of a chess game there are more of which piece?

Pawns.

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