The chess term fork describes a situation in which a single piece simultaneously attacks two or more opposing pieces
the red chess piece represents bellas' human state, so fragile, and not very important(hence the pawn), and the white chess piece represents her vampire state which is much more powerful and strong (hence the queen)
lead is more dense
Lead is more dense than ice.
Yes, chess players may move one and then another piece to attack. Specifically, you can legally attack an enemy piece with two or more of your own pieces at the same time. But you must make two separate moves to do this.
No, a piece can only occupy one square at any one time.
This is more a riddle or a joke than an actual chess question. The answer is "rook," which is a type of bird. A rook is also a chess piece, although the word rook comes from the Persian rukh which meant a heavily fortified chariot.
To have two , or more , queens would require that you advance a pawn to the last rank where you may then promote the pawn to a queen or any other chess piece other than a king .
The King is the most important piece. Other pieces are more powerful and with more strategic value, but at the end of the day, if you don't protect your king, you will lose the game.
Technically, chess is more popular, I did a vote out of 100 chess and checker players and 93 people chose chess.