DIY Board Game Tables and Game Boards for Stayin’ Home Fun! • The Budget Decorator
Make family stay at home time fun with these DIY board game tables and game boards you can make yourself! Make it easy to play games with family!
MegaChess 24 Inch Fiberglass Giant Chess Set
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE TWO-FOOT TALL CHESS SET MADE: The beauty of a giant chess set comes from the level of detail designed into each giant chess piece. The sharply defined cross on the King. The points on the Queens crown. The sharp, deep cut on the hat of the Bishop. The incredible detail of the mane, ears and the downward snout of the Knight. The high rising tines of the Rook The exterior of the pieces is a hard, high gloss fiberglass resin that is similar to the look of a billiards ball…
How to Play Chess Endings
Written by a world-famous chess teacher, this excellent introduction to the principles of chess endings clearly explains the importance of tempo, the rule of the triangle, and the idea of related squares. Special attention is given to positional play, the conception and execution of a plan, and the recognition of tactical opportunities.
Chess For Kids
Chess is an excellent game for kids. It teaches them strategic thinking, logic and it's fun, too! We have the rules of Chess, here, written so that children can understand them. Read online or download a printable version.
Beginner's Guide to Chess
Take on a new challenge and learn how to play a centuries-old strategy board game: chess! Review the board, the pieces, and key beginner concepts including time-tested strategies and chess tactics.
How to Teach Kids to Play Chess
How to Teach Kids to Play Chess. Whether you are a chess player or are being exposed to it as the same time as your children, the game of Chess is a great
If the king is not in check, you cannot move any piece other than the king, and every option for the king would lead to check, the result is a stalemate. Moving a king into check is not a valid move, and if those are your only options, the game is a draw. In this stalemate, the person with the black pieces cannot move anything else. The pawns are stopped in their tracks by other pawns, and none of their other pieces are on the board.
The king isn't the strongest piece on the board, but it is the most important piece on the board. Kings can move one space in any direction. If the king is being attacked by another piece, you are in check. In check, you either have to move the king to safety or protect it with one of your other pieces. Both kings must be separated by at least one square. If the king cannot get out of check, it is checkmate.