That would be the bishop.
The Bishop only moves diagonally. The King and Queen can also move in this direction. As can a pawn when it takes another piece.
The bishop .
The bishop may only move diagonally in any direction back and forth across the chess board.
The Bishop .
A bishop in chess can move diagonally in any direction as the path is not obstructed by another piece.
A bishop in Chess can move diagonally in any direction as the path is not obstructed by another piece.
A human hand.
The Queen. When standing at the centre of the chess board the Queen can reach 14 squares in horizontal / vertical directions and 13 squares diagonally, totalling 27 choices of movement (assuming no obstructions).
No, it cannot move unless it can capture or the blocking piece is moved out of the way.
for information about chess, go to chess.com. on the top, you should see learn, so click on it, and you should see rules and basics.checkers: pieces moves diagonally. when you get to the other side of the board, you get your piece gets to be a king.
The Knight .
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if the king moves into a position which it can be hit and the player has taken his fingers of the chess piece than the other player (if they have a chess piece that can hit the king) can hit the king
Vertically, horizontally and diagonally. Like any other piece except from the knight (horse).
En-passant happens when the opponent moves a pawn up two squares, and only the turn immediately after the pawn moves, next to one of your pawns. Then, you take diagonally to the unoccupied space behind his/her pawn and remove his piece. It is the only chess move where the capturer does not take the opponent's piece's place.
the person playing as white moves a piece.
A queen in chess can move any number of squares vertically, horizontally or diagonally as far as the path is not obstructed by another piece. After capturing a piece in opposite color, the queen should be placed on the same square the piece was placed.
A founded check is when a piece in the middle of the king and the piece moves away.
Diagonal attacking is the only way a pawn can capture another chess piece , besides a En Passant capture , since this is the only way a pawn can attack or threaten another chessmen . See related link below to additional information on how a pawn moves , attacks and captures .
The Bishop(s) .
The piece to the left of the king at the start of the game. Can move diagonally, horizontally, and vertically. Is not able to jump over pieces.