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Chess Basics - How to Play Chess - Learn to Play Chess - About.com
Learn everything you need to know to start playing chess. Basics such as how the pieces move, the rules of chess, and basic strategies and tactics are covered  ...
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Chess Tactics -Basic Tactical Motifs - About.com
A guide to basic chess tactics, including forks, pins and skewers.
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Basic Principles of Chess Openings - Control the Center - About.com
Learn the basic principles of playing chess openings properly with this step-by- step tutorial. Learn basic techniques and more.
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Basic Chess Tactics -- Pins - About.com
Pins are a very common tactic that restrict the movement of the opponent's pieces . A pin is created by attacking a piece in such a way that if it moves, it will allow ...
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Learn How to Play Chess - The Basics - About.com
A complete guide on how to play chess, including the basic rules of chess.
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Basic Chess Tactics -- Forks - About.com
Sometimes one piece can attack two or more opposing pieces at the same time. When this occurs, it is known as a fork. Knights are especially renowned for their  ...
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Basic Principles of Chess Openings - Development - About.com
A discussion about development, one of the basic principles of chess openings.
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Chess Tactics and Strategy - How to Play Chess - About.com
An understanding of tactics is crucial to playing good chess; most games, especially at the club level, are decided by tactical mistakes. Basic Chess Tactics  ...
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Basic Chess Tactics: Skewers - About.com
Skewers are closely related to pins. In fact, they look very similar, but work in reverse. In a skewer, a valuable piece is attacked and forced to move to avoid being ...
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How to Use the Bishop - Basics of Chess Strategy - About.com
Learn how to use the bishop in chess. Improve your chess strategy with this tutorial on bishops.
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