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Game Rules


Chess is a game of strategy believed to have been invented more than 1500 years ago in India. It is a game for two players, one with the light pieces and one with the dark pieces. The chessboard is eight squares long by eight squares wide. When sitting across the board from another player, the lighter color square goes on each player's right hand side ("light on right') and the white queen is placed on a white square and the black queen on the black square ("queen on her own color").


Each piece moves in a different way, and you can see that when selecting the piece. The square will turn bright green and green dots will show you where this piece can go.
Move: In a turn, each piece can make a unique movement pattern into an unoccupied square.

Movement Rules

  1. Rook (Rook)

    • Move any number of squares horizontally and vertically.
  2. Queen (Queen)

    • Move any number of squares in any direction.
  3. Pawn (Pawn)

    • Moves vertically forward.
    • In the first turn, can move up to two (2) squares, if the squares are not occupied.
    • Capture - Diagonally forward one square.
  4. Knight (Knight)

    • Can move two squares vertically and one horizontally, or two horizontally and one vertically (drawing a shape of L).
    • Can jump over pieces to complete its movement.
  5. King (King)

    • Move one square in any direction (an exception to this is "Castling").
    • Cannot move into a position where it becomes menaced by a hostile piece (Check).
  6. Bishop (Bishop)

    • Move any number of squares diagonally.
  7. Capture

    To capture a piece, the attacking piece must finish its movement in the square where the opponent piece is resting. This piece is then replaced by the attacking one, and removed from play.
  8. Check

    This will happen when a King is in a position where it can be captured by a hostile piece. To remove the King from a check position, the player can do the following:
    • Capture the piece threatening the king.
    • Move the King.
    • Block the threat.
  9. Checkmate

    • This happens when the King is in an inescapable threat of being captured. By doing this, you win the game.
    • Player who do stalemate he or she will be declared as the winner.
  10. Losing Condition

    • If Movement timer gets over the game will get over.
    • If other player do checkmate your game will get over.
    • If opponent do stalemate the game will get over.
  11. Pawn Promotion

    In chess, promotion is the replacement of a pawn that moves to the furthest rank with a queen, rook, bishop or knight. The new piece replaces the pawn on the promotion square on the same move.

Rules of dismissal

In case of dismissal, the maximum number of tokens in the final place should be declared as the winner and the next player as the second winner (if it's a 2 winners pot); If there is no token in the final spot of any user then the last move of each user shall be taken as last activity further whoever was recently active should be offered the higher position. In case of a tie, prize money will be equally distributed.
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