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What is you favourite chess piece and favouite colour in chess?
My favourite piece is the Rook and my favourite piece colour is white.
rook , black
I like - King, Queen, Bishops, Knights, Rooks & Pawns.
My favourite color - White, Black.
I think we should not actually compare chess pieces. ( I know even I did, But now I think I was wrong. )
All the pieces are extremely GREAT in their respected places. By comparing them we actually insult the game of Chess.
the pawns are the best pieces look after them and theyll look after you my fave colour is red
Geez, not going to compare now...
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