# How to play chess?

The game consists of 8 pawns on the board,
each one can advance only one square forward. The pawn is of the pieces with more special
moves in the game, first: The exit, the first move of the pawn can or not be special, this
is that, in the initial movement of each pawn, this can advance up to two squares at the
player’s decisión The capture is exclusively diagonally to a
square, that is, if the pawn finds a piece in one of the two diagonal squares in front
of it, this one can decide whether to capture or not, if it captures, the pawn will take
the place of the piece that it captured. The coronation is another special move of
the pawn, this dictates that when you reach the eighth row from your perspective, the
pawn ascends in level thus becoming any other piece, as long as it is not a king or a rival
piece. The En passant is a movement not well known
by many, the movement is exclusive in the following conditions: A pawn must be in the
fifth row, and it must be the special initial movement of the rival pawn. The capture is given in the same way, diagonally,
the rival pawn advances two squares, and only in that turn you can decide whether to capture
or not, occupying the square behind the rival pawn, in other words, to be able to capture
as if the rival had advanced one instead of two. The bishop, is a piece of medium value, which
can move over any clear diagonal about the initial color. In all cases, we have two bishops, one white
and one black, which can dominate the clear white and dark squares respectively. -Knight-
The horse is the most special piece in chess, since it has a flexibility that makes it a
powerful piece. The horse is the only piece on the board that
can jump over other pieces. The horse moves two squares horizontally or
vertically and then one square more squarely. The movement of the horse has the shape of
an “L”. The horse always falls on a square of the
opposite color to that of its initial square. The horse can jump on pieces of any color
while moving to its destination square, but it does not capture any of the pieces on which
it jumps. The horse makes the capture by placing himself
in the square of the opposing piece. The horse can not be placed in a square occupied
by a piece of the same color. As the movement of the horse is not in a straight
line, it can attack a queen, a bishop or a tower without being attacked by these pieces
in a reciprocal way. -Rock-
The rocks moves in a horizontal or vertical straight line along any number of unoccupied
squares, until it reaches the end of the board or is blocked by another party. It can not jump on other pieces. The tower captured in the same way in which
it moves, occupies the square in which the opposing piece is. The tower can be placed in any box on the
board, so it is one of the most powerful pieces. -The queen-
The queen is considered as the most powerful piece of the board. You can move any number of squares in a straight
line, either horizontally or vertically or diagonally. It captures in the same way in which it moves,
placing itself in the square of the opposing piece. -The King-
It is the most important piece of chess. The king has little mobility, so it is considered
one of the weakest pieces of the game. It can move in any direction: horizontal,
vertical or diagonal. He can not move to any square that exposes
him to the attack of an opposing piece (what is called “check”). If the king is besieged, so that his capture
is inevitable, the game is over and that player loses.