No. There are many ways to win a chess game; checkmate, resignation, disqualification, and if the game is timed, you can win by your opponent's clock reaching zero.
No. Apart from being a game that uses pieces that move around on the same board, they are completely different. They have different pieces. The pieces in checkers are all the same, but there are different types of pieces in chess. They move different ways. There are more pieces in chess. The objective of the game is different. Chess is a far more complicated game. So in many ways they are very different games.
If an online resource is required there is website called Chess which offers many free chess games. If you want a real life game, many households have a chess set tucked away and people willing to play with you.
There are 169,518,829,100,544,000,000,000,000,000 ways to play the first 10 moves in chess
Chess started as a much simpler game, which was played around the 12th century. This simpler game involved an 8x8 board (iirc) in which opponents would have 2 rows of pieces. These pieces moved in simple ways and interacted in simple ways. Chess was developed a couple hundred years later, and we've been playing that version ever since, though some spin off versions have been created, like Wizard's chess (played drunk), Grand Wizard's Chess (played drunk and under the influence of a hallucinogen) and Champion's Chess (with 2 new pieces, and a larger 10x10 board.
Yes there are many ways that can happen
How many different ways are there to play chess? Only one, offically, but there are all sorts of variations that aren't used in tournaments.
There are many ways to improve or get help on a chess game. * Getting a chess coach. * Visiting a local chess club. * Using the Internet, via free sites such as Yahoo! Chess, or more expensive but with extra features such as the Internet Chess Club (ICC), by visiting chessclub.com * Using programed chess software, available on CD-rom at you local electronics store. Fritz, Chessmaster, Chesster are popular softwares that can analyze, improve and even play you in chess games.
64 - there are 64 squares .
Their are 4 ways to end a chess game Resignation-The player suddenly notices he is going to lose and gives up Draw-The players agree to a draw, a tie Stalemate-The King cannot move anywhere but is not in check Checkmate-........Checkmate!!!