Table of contents Algebraical description Initial position of the pieces Symbols Chessboard pieces Example of game with pictures: Algebraical notation without drawing and with drawing Pawns Exception if "prise en passant" (e.p). Promotion of the pawn e7 in Knight, and checkmate. Rooks The Bishops The Knights The King King's side castle for Whites and Blacks pieces King's side castle forbidden for the whites pieces Queen's side castle -black and white pieces Queen's side castle forbidden for the white pieces Finales bringing draw, bringing victory The draw games Stalemate If the same position 3 times in succession: draw. Perpetual check Checkmate with only one Rook Checkmate with 2 Bishops Checkmate with 1 Bishop and 1 Knight The square of the pawn Notions of opposition Questions often asked by the pupils Some technical considerations Glossary Bibliography 25 quick winning chess (20 moves and less) against the chess computers of top level
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|Date published: || 2016|
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