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Re: Chess Rules?

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anotherpoint an is the main point is that you can onyly promot the pond "if" you lost one of the pieces
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Re: Chess Rules?

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ok so i spelled it wrong its "opponant" meaning its the person your playing agianst.. it still sound the same my point is that in real chess (not electronic chess) you cannot have 2 queens of the same color on the playing fiels an i know so cause i play chess evry week . tell me this can you get another queen in reality chess with the pices you have ? no you can not =.=

It is actually spelled opponent Smiley Very Happy  Sorry for being a spell checker. lol

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Re: Chess Rules?

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it still sounds the same XD an ty for it i wasnt sure if it was spelled with an "e" or "a" but you get the point dont you ?
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Re: Chess Rules?

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It can still be a queen.

Looked it up in Wikipedia.

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Re: Chess Rules?

Jul 24, 2009

It's not a rule in chess, no.

 

However, some places and some people make it a rule to make things easier in such cases as what you said: you only have one set of game pieces. Therefore they make the rule (for that personal game), that you can only resurrect a dead piece. Otherwise what would they use to represent that piece.

 

However, it's not a real rule of Chess. It's kinda like having a rule about who gets white and black (some put it in each hand and have a person guess a hand. That's not a rule, it's just something done by certain people).

 

Also, Jun, wikipedia is far from a reliable source Lol

 

And to the  OP (Can't remember your name, sorry), not making fun of how you spell anything, but since I think you sincerely aren't sure how to spell it (like with opponent), the small pieces are called "Pawns."

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Re: Chess Rules?

Jul 24, 2009

Reverend_M wrote:

It's not a rule in chess, no.

 

However, some places and some people make it a rule to make things easier in such cases as what you said: you only have one set of game pieces. Therefore they make the rule (for that personal game), that you can only resurrect a dead piece. Otherwise what would they use to represent that piece.

 

However, it's not a real rule of Chess. It's kinda like having a rule about who gets white and black (some put it in each hand and have a person guess a hand. That's not a rule, it's just something done by certain people).

 

Also, Jun, wikipedia is far from a reliable source Lol

 

And to the  OP (Can't remember your name, sorry), not making fun of how you spell anything, but since I think you sincerely aren't sure how to spell it (like with opponent), the small pieces are called "Pawns."


 

Ok, this should make you guys happier.

Linked from FIDE (World Chess Federation)

http://www.fide.com/component/handbook/?id=124&view=article

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Re: Chess Rules?

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Reverend_M wrote:

It's not a rule in chess, no.

 

However, some places and some people make it a rule to make things easier in such cases as what you said: you only have one set of game pieces. Therefore they make the rule (for that personal game), that you can only resurrect a dead piece. Otherwise what would they use to represent that piece.

 

However, it's not a real rule of Chess. It's kinda like having a rule about who gets white and black (some put it in each hand and have a person guess a hand. That's not a rule, it's just something done by certain people).

 

Also, Jun, wikipedia is far from a reliable source Lol

 

And to the  OP (Can't remember your name, sorry), not making fun of how you spell anything, but since I think you sincerely aren't sure how to spell it (like with opponent), the small pieces are called "Pawns."


Exactly, Home decides the rules for each game.  That's actually what I like about online chess games and such, being a noob if I try to do a wrong move, I cant, rather than doing it and getting in an argument with whoever I'm playing with over the rules, haha.  But it'd be helpful to have the rules posted, along with other games like poker.  

 

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Re: Chess Rules?

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JunKB4U wrote:

Reverend_M wrote:

It's not a rule in chess, no.

 

However, some places and some people make it a rule to make things easier in such cases as what you said: you only have one set of game pieces. Therefore they make the rule (for that personal game), that you can only resurrect a dead piece. Otherwise what would they use to represent that piece.

 

However, it's not a real rule of Chess. It's kinda like having a rule about who gets white and black (some put it in each hand and have a person guess a hand. That's not a rule, it's just something done by certain people).

 

Also, Jun, wikipedia is far from a reliable source Lol

 

And to the  OP (Can't remember your name, sorry), not making fun of how you spell anything, but since I think you sincerely aren't sure how to spell it (like with opponent), the small pieces are called "Pawns."


 

Ok, this should make you guys happier.

Linked from FIDE (World Chess Federation)

http://www.fide.com/component/handbook/?id=124&view=article


3.7 e


When a pawn reaches the rank furthest from its starting position it must be exchanged as part of the same move on the same square for a new queen, rook, bishop or knight of the same colour. The player’s choice is not restricted to pieces that have been captured previously. This exchange of a pawn for another piece is called ‘promotion’ and the effect of the new piece is immediate.
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Re: Chess Rules?

Jul 25, 2009
if u are good enough, u can get up to nine queens on the board in any given game. if whoever put the chess minigame in HOME knew anything about chess, they would know about the official rules of chess and applied them
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Re: Chess Rules?

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YomikoKureha wrote:
ok so i spelled it wrong its "opponant" meaning its the person your playing agianst.. it still sound the same my point is that in real chess (not electronic chess) you cannot have 2 queens of the same color on the playing fiels an i know so cause i play chess evry week . tell me this can you get another queen in reality chess with the pices you have ? no you can not =.=

 

Again, there is no such rule in Chess. 

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