Some chess pieces: (from left to right) white king, black rook, black queen, white pawn, black knight and white bishop.

Chess is an ancient game of strategy, played by two individuals on an 8x8 grid. The objective is to maneuver one's pieces so as to put the opposing king in "checkmate". This DIY presentation will cover the basic pieces of chess, before going on to some more advanced topics.

DIY StepsEdit

  1. Playing The Game
  2. Notating The Game
  3. Tactics
  4. Strategy
  5. Basic Openings
  6. The Endgame
  7. Variants

See alsoEdit

Chess rules on Wikipedia.

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