Chess Moves 2
Set 2 (20 Questions)
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1.  What is the name of the circled piece?
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2.  This is a question that includes the word 'not'...  The King can only move one space in any direction. To which square can the King not move on its turn? *
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3.  Besides a Pawn, which is the only other type of piece that can make an opening move to start a game? *
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4.  What is the name of the circled piece? *
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5.  Which is the only chess piece that can "jump" over another piece while moving to another space? *
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6.  The Knight moves like an "L" in any direction. To which lettered square could the white Knight also move? *
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7.  The Knight moves like an "L" in any direction.  Which black piece could the white Knight capture on this turn? *
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8.  The black Queen is under attack. Which white piece can capture the black Queen now? *
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9.  The Knight is the only piece that can "jump".  Which black piece could the white Knight capture by jumping on its next turn? *
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10.  Pawns can capture a piece by moving diagonally forward. Which black piece could be captured by a white Pawn here? *
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11.  Pawns can capture a piece by moving diagonally forward. Which black piece could be captured by a white Pawn here? *
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12.  A Pawn advancing to the other end of the board is promoted. Which type of piece can a Pawn not be promoted to? *
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13.  A Pawn advancing to the far end of the board is promoted. Which square shows where the white Pawn can move next to be promoted? (Hint: The Pawn can only move diagonally when capturing an opponent's piece.) *
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14.  Which white piece has placed the black King in check? *
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15.  "Retreating" is when the King 'runs' or 'flees' from an opponent's piece that has him in check. To which square can the black King retreat? *
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16.  Black's King is in check by white's Bishop and Queen. To only which square can the black King retreat? *
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17.  Which piece is considered the most powerful attacker? *
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18.  What is the area of the chess board in square units? *
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19.  Which piece could black use to "interpose" between the attacking white Rook and his King? (Hint: "interposing is 'blocking' a check.) *
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20.  Which piece could black use to "interpose" between the attacking white Queen and his King? (Reminder: "interposing" is blocking a check.) *
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