Bishop (chess)

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  • Bishop (chess) — A bishop (unicode|♗,unicode|♝) is a piece in the board game of chess. Each player begins the game with two bishops. One starts between the king s knight and the king, the other between the queen s knight and the queen. In algebraic notation the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Chess notation — is the term for several systems that have developed to record either the moves made during a game of chess or the position of the pieces on a chess board. The earliest systems of notation used lengthy narratives to describe each move; these… …   Wikipedia

  • Chess piece — For other uses, see Chess piece (disambiguation). Original Staunton chess pieces, left to right: pawn, rook, knight, bishop, queen, and king. Chess pieces …   Wikipedia

  • Bishop (disambiguation) — A bishop is a person of authority in a Christian church.See also bishops, Bishop s, episcopal.Bishop may also refer to:PeopleIn fiction:* Bishop, the last name and nickname of Tupac Shakur s character in Juice (film) * Bishop, a character from… …   Wikipedia

  • Chess strategy — is the aspect of chess playing that is concerned with the evaluation of chess positions and the setting of goals and long term plans for future play. While evaluating a position strategically, a player must take into account such factors as the… …   Wikipedia

  • Bishop and knight checkmate — The bishop and knight checkmate in chess is the checkmate of a lone king which can be forced by a bishop, knight …   Wikipedia

  • Chess endgame literature — refers to books and magazines about chess endgames. A bibliography of endgame books is below. Many chess writers have contributed to the theory of endgames over the centuries, including Ruy López de Segura, François André Philidor, Josef Kling… …   Wikipedia

  • Chess (poem) — Chess Front page of the 1585 edition Author Jan Kochanowski Original Title Szachy Country Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth …   Wikipedia

  • Chess with different armies — (or Betza chess[1]) is a chess variant in which two sides use different sets of fairy pieces. There are several armies of equal strength to choose from, including standard FIDE army. In all armies kings and pawns are the same as in FIDE chess,… …   Wikipedia

  • Chess Review — Chess Review, June 1945 Chess Review is a U.S. chess magazine that was published from January 1933 until October 1969 (Volume 37 Number 10). Until April 1941 it was called The Chess Review. Published in New York, it began on a schedule of at… …   Wikipedia

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