Where did Chess originate?

Chess originated from a game call Caturangain India. This game was a similution of war, with its pieces being infantry, calvary, elephants, and chariots. This was in the 6th Century! In the 9th century, the game spread to Europe. By year 1000, Chess was popular all over the European countries. Around 1200, the rules were modified with Check and Checkmate into the version that we play to this date.

War Elephants were replaced by rooks.

    En Passant

    There are a few exception in the rules of chess; things like pawn promotion,…
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    Pawns in Starting Position in Chess

    How the Pawns Moves

    The Pawns are always the smallest of the pieces, and you should have eight…
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    The Mahabharata and the Origins of Chess

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    Chess Blind-spots

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    The Bishop and how it moves

    The Bishop is a great chess piece. It has a unique way of moving…
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    The Rook and how it moves

    The Rook is an important piece to use in chess and  not very hard…
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