Stylish Interesting Children Game Wooded Playing Chess

Stylish Interesting Children Game Wooded Playing Chess

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Are you looking for a chess toy for your baby? If so, this stylish interesting children game wooded playing chess style children's educational toy will satisfy your need. This playing chess is one of the nicest wooden children chess that we have carried. Beautifully finished wood board, this children's educational toy can be played individually, competitively, as well as in a group setting.This playing chess is recommended by many teachers as an exercise in logical reasoning. For an unfinished problem, some cell already filled into the value, another cell is empty, waiting for the solution to finish. Many educators believe that wooden chess toy is a good tool to exercise their brains. Every puzzle has a single, unique solution. It is really an interesting playing game not only for children but also for adults, it will give you wonderfrul playtime. So take it at home, and play it with your families now. This is the stylish interesting children game wooded playing chess It is easy to play and will satisfy your need The playing chess is all made of high quality wooden material, it is durable to use You will love to play this wooden chess game, it is so intereating It is really an excellent gift for your children and the package is exquisite Any row, column or a block is a unit Playing chess is simple to play Many educators believe that wooden chess is a good way to exercise their brains This playing ches is made of high quality, it is durable This wooden chess style children's educational toy will satisfy your need It is really a good gift for your children Material: Wooden Size: 35.0 x 17.0 x 5.0cm13.8 x 6.7 x 2.0(L x W x H) How to Play Chess: Thousands of years old and still enjoyed by millions around the world, chess offers players endless variety and challenges - so endless that a mathematician once calculated that there are more possible chess games than there are particles in the universe Special Moves Castle by moving your King two spaces in either horizontal direction and by moving the Rook nearest the King's new position to the opposite side of the King. You may only castle if your King and Rook have not yet moved, your King is not in check and your King will not pass through or land in a check position as a result of castling Capture a Pawn "en passant" when your opponent's Pawn makes an initial two-space move and lands next to one of your Pawns Move your Pawn diagonally forward to the space that your opponent's Pawn would have occupied if it had only moved one space. This captures your opponent's Pawn Make this capture immediately after the opposing pawn moves the initial two spaces. The en passant capture cannot be deferred to a later move Playing the Game Decide who will play white and who will play black. The white player moves first Take turns making legal moves with one piece at a time Capture your opponent's pieces by legally moving one of your pieces onto a square occupied by one of your opponent's pieces Protect your King from capture by moving it out of danger, blocking it with other pieces or capturing would-be capturers with your pieces Place your opponent's King in check by positioning your pieces such that your opponent's King is in immediate danger of being captured Place your opponent's King in checkmate by positioning your pieces such that your opponent's King cannot avoid being captured. If you accomplish this, you win the game How Pieces Move Place your Queen (usually a crowned piece shorter than the King) on one of the two center squares on the row closest to you. Place it on the square that matches the color you're playing (white square if you're playing white, black square if you're playing black) Place your King (usually the tallest piece on the board, with a cross on top) on the center square next to the Queen's square Place one Rook (usually a piece in the shape of a castle tower) on each of the outermost squares on the row closest to you Place one Knight (usually a piece with a horse's head) next to each Rook Place one Bishop (usually a piece with a pointed tip) next to each Knight Check to see that the row closest to you is filled Fill the second row with your eight Pawns (the smallest man with the most numerous pieces) Move a Pawn one or two squares directly forward if it has not yet moved. Move it just one space directly forward if it has moved previously. Move it forward to a diagonal, adjacent square to capture Move a Rook any number of spaces forward, backwards or to either side. Move in only one direction each turn Move a Bishop any number of spaces in any diagonal direction. Move in only one direction each turn Move a Knight in an "L"-shaped direction, The Knight moves two spaces in either a horizontal or vertical direction and then one space perpendicular to the previous two spaces, or one space horizontally or vertically and then two spaces perpendicular to the previous space Move a Queen any number of spaces in any horizontal, vertical or diagonal direction Move a King one space in any horizontal, vertical or diagonal direction. The King cannot move into "check" and must move out of check, if possible 1 x Chess