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Now that you know how the Rook and the Bishop move, you are ready to have a look at the game’s most powerful piece: the Queen.

The Queen combines the power of a Rook and a bishop. A Queen can move as far as it wants, horizontally, vertically and diagonally.

If you are comfortable with the way the Queen moves, you are probably ready to tackle the Knight’s move, that is a lot trickier !

Some other articles are discussing the interactions with friend pieces and the captures.

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