How to Set Up the Chess Board



Chess
Chess is played on a chessboard, a square board divided into 64 squares (eight-by-eight) of alternating color, which is similar to that used in draughts. No matter what the actual colors of the board, the lighter-colored squares are called "light" or "white", and the darker-colored squares are called "dark" or "black". Sixteen "white" and sixteen "black" pieces are placed on the board at the beginning of the game. The board is placed so that a white square is in each player's near-right corner.

Each player controls sixteen pieces:
  • King: 1 piece
  • Queen: 1 piece
  • Rook: 2 piece
  • Bishop: 2 piece
  • Knight: 2 piece
  • Pawn: 8 piece
The first step in preparing to play a game of chess is making sure the board is set correctly. Look at the square in the lower right-hand corner for each player. This should be a white square. An easy way to remember this rule is the phrase "white on right."
Next is setup all the pieces.

See this video for complete setup.











Looking for tutor?
Try here

Are you tutor?
Just add your details and get your personal web page absolutely free !!

Others will be able to find you, teaching is a great help

Register As Tutor

Daily new topic
If we are interested to learn many things then there is only one way; it is early and continuous learning.

Here you will find daily one new interesting topic for your knowledge needs.

We should know many topics, so we can correlate our learning, view and imagination.

Be ready for tomorrow.