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Experience playing chess online

Master Chess allows you to hone your logical thinking through playing chess. Your opponent can be an AI or your friend. This depends on the mode you choose.

The chessboard in this online game is designed to resemble a real chessboard. Two opponents will compete with each other on the chessboard. The chessboard is designed with an 8x8 grid with alternating light and dark squares. At the beginning of the chess board, each player will have 18 chess pieces. Some people already know the names of the chess pieces but some still don't know them. They are one king, one queen, two rooks, two knights, two bishops, and eight pawns.

Master Chess gameplay

The rules of this game are not as easy as in Uno Online. You need some time to learn the features and moves of each chess piece.

The final target

To win this game, you need to checkmate your opponent's king. Checkmate occurs when the king is in a position to be captured (in "check") and there is no legal move available to remove the king from capture. The game ends immediately when checkmate is achieved, and the player who checkmates their opponent's king wins the game.

Movements of chess pieces in Master Chess

I will introduce some moves of the pieces on the chessboard. You need to remember these rules so you can plan your victory and stop your enemies.

  • The king is allowed to move forward in any horizontally, vertically or diagonally direction. It can only move one square in these directions.
  • The queen can move to any skill square as long as it is on a diagonal, straight or vertical line.
  • The rook can only move horizontally or vertically and it will be able to reach the end position that touches the edge of the board or another piece.
  • The statue moves diagonally.
  • The knight has a very special direction of movement because it moves in an L shape. Jumping over another piece is the ability of only the knight.
  • The pawn is allowed to move two spaces vertically on its first move. The next time, it can only move forward 1 cell.