Teach Your Kids How to Play Chess By Letting Them Switch Sides With You 

6/19/2018 |  52
  Published by Lifehacker

When I was a kid, my dad taught me how certain chess pieces move by having me analyze the shapes of the pieces themselves. The rook, a castle made of horizontal and vertical lines, moves horizontally and vertically. The bishop, which has slanted lines, moves diagonally. I was never much good at the game, but I…


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