That would be the Knight .
The queen is the most valuable piece after the king and can move veritcally, horizontally and diagonaly
Other than the King , the Queen is the most powerful chess piece upon the board at nine points and in terms of movement .
A castle is a chess piece that can move any number of squares vertically or horizontally. It is also called a rook.
The queen can move farther and in much more ways than any other piece on the board.
It depends on what you're asking, but yes, in general, the queen can move to any block on a chess board, but she is limited in what she can do. The queen can move as many spaces as are open, in any direction, but only one direction at a time.
You can move your mum
A bishop in Chess can move diagonally in any direction as the path is not obstructed by another piece.
A chess piece which can move in an "L" formation that is on the black team.
The King is perhaps the weakest piece on the board other than a pawn. The King is the most important, but not the strongest. It can move only one square at a time, whereas other than the pawn, which can only advance two spaces on its opening move, every piece may move more than one space beyond its position. The Queen is the most powerful on the board in terms of movement and capturing power. The King is very vulnerable in the opening and middlegame, but in the endgame where there are no Queens and very few other pieces it can become a monster of a piece.
With strict rules, yes.
The skewer is a horrible move in chess: it is a great move to use in chess to get a great advantage. A skewer is when a piece attacks an opponent's piece, that is stronger than the piece attacking it. It moves the piece out of the way, to leave a less valuable piece vunerable. It doesn't sound bad; but it is!