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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.
No , winning the game of chess requires the capture of the king .
The King is the single most important chess piece - the whole purpose of Chess is to capture the King thus winning the game .
In the game of chess there is a chess piece called the Queen.
Top chess player called "Grandmaster"
A bad move in chess is called a "blunder".
The end of a chess game is called the 'endgame.'
White always goes first.
The first chess computer that could play chess was called Deep Blue.
A draw in chess is called a "Stalemate" .
Chess World Champion
A ten minute chess game is a blitz game of chess.
The purpose of the chess pieces is to capture your opponent's king thus winning the game . To know how each chess piece functions/moves refer to the related link below .
Be very good at chess or reduce the CPU's level to the lowest it can be. Winning should be easy if you lower their difficulty level.
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one half of a chess board
Why is the 9th chapter in the book frindle called chess?
In India ( that is where chess was made) it is called an elephant.