“Every chess master was once a beginner.” – Irving Chernev

Beginners Guide to learning Chess

Chess is a game of skill, devoid of chance, played on a chequered board of 64 squares between two opponents, one with a team of 16 light-colored chessmen and the other with 16 dark-colored men.

Light and dark move alternatively. The pieces move across the chess board according to predetermined rules, which have remained unchanged for hundreds of years. Although the object of the game is to checkmate the opponent's King, it may never be removed from the board.

Setting up the board

Let's start from the very beginning. Here we will show you how to set up the Chess Board.

The Chess Pieces

Here we examine each piece, how many of each, their significance, power and points value.

How Pieces Move

Here we will look at how each of the chess pieces moves across the board and takes other pieces.

Chess Strategy

You really have to be a Ninja to get the mindset and learn true Chess strategies in order to win.

About ChessLearner

Chess Learner is being developed with an interactive chessboard to enable people that want to learn to play chess to learn on their own how the game works.








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