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Rook

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Chaarean Mani Maaran

on 7 February 2014

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Transcript of Rook

QUEEN
The queen is the most powerful piece because the queen can move
vertically,horizontally,diagonall
y. The only way the queen cannot move is the l shape. The queen is normally one of the last piece that a player should move, moving the queen at the start of the game might cause the player to lose the queen.
KNIGHT
Knight is the only piece that can jump over other pieces . The knight moves in a
L
shape. The knight also is best used to create a FORK (a situation where the opponent has no choice but to lose a piece.)
BISHOP
The bishop is a piece that moves
diagonally
. The bishops is very useful especially when they are used to do THE SCHOLAR'S MATE or also known as 4 MOVE CHECKMATE.
ROOK
Rook is a piece that can only move
vertical
and
horizontal
. This piece can be used to CHECKMATE the king.
PAWN
The pawn is one of the weakest pieces used to promote and get back an eaten piece. The pawns captures other pieces is
similar to the bishop
except that a pawn can only move one step.
Chess Pieces and what they do?
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