No. The king guards the squares so you can't.
In some types, such as dark chess the goal is to capture the opposing king. But in classic chess, you only have to make sure that the enemy king can be captured in the next move, regardless of any move your opponent can play.
It is queen.
In chess, a king can capture any other piece except another king. Getting next to a the opposing king puts you in check because it allows your king to be taken first losing the game. Moving next to the opposing queen is the same situation unless the queen moves next to the king as some sort of sacrifice ploy.
The Queen and a Bishop stand adjacent to the King at the start of the game .
The Queen of course!
Chess King was created in 1968.
Chess King ended in 1995.
Chess or the King's Game was created in 1616.
Yes , that is the purpose of the game of chess - to capture your opponent's king .
Technically, the king is never actually "captured" in chess. That said, a pawn can certainly be used to put a king in "check", though unless the pawn is protected by some other piece the king can simply capture the pawn on its next move.
The goal of chess is to capture your opponent's King .The goal of a chess game is to put the opponent king in Check Mate.