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How to play chess/Learn the rules of chess: 0:22 How to set up the chess board 1:18 How the rook moves 1:35 How the bishop moves 1:46 How the queen moves 2:03 How the king moves/Game objective 2:21 What is 'check'? / What does checkmate mean? 3:55 How the knight moves 4:36 How the pawn moves/captures 5:43 Pawn promotion 6:22 How does En passant work? 7:56 How to castle in chess 10:06 What does stalemate mean? 10:55 Draw by 50-move rule 11:18 Draw by Perpetual check 11:44 Draw by threefold repetition 12:27 Draw by insufficient material

A big thank you to those below who've offered to freely translate this video's English Captions. Each has played a big part in opening new doors to the game.

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