Chess > Echecs
Opening chess position
A typical Staunton-design set and clock
A wooden chess board
A translucent chess set arranged for visual effect. It is unlikely that a real chess match would unfold into such a perfectly symmetrical configuration.
Barleycorn chess set
chessboard for blind players
From left, a white king, black rook and queen, white pawn, black knight, and white bishop.
From left to right: King, Queen, Bishop, Rook, Knight, and Pawn
white king, 2 pawns, queen and both bishops
Staunton Chess Set
Example board showing the possible moves of a bishop: any number of squares in any diagonal direction.
Ilia Chavchavadze and Ivane Machabeli, 1873
thermal spa, Hungary
On Lindenhof hill in Zürich, Switzerland
16th Street Mall in Denver, Colorado, United States
Santiago de Cuba
Drozdowski in an open chess tournament, Stare Mesto (Czech Republic)
Dutch chess player Ivan Sokolov
Pawn against a queen ( World Chess Championship) Пешка против ферзя
Four Knights. Capablanca-Steiner. Los Angeles 1933 - artist Nina Silaeva
Gustav Lundberg: Badin, XVIII c.
The Chess Game (1555)
Correspondence chess notation