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I'm looking for a simple chart which shows how the pawns and pieces move , so when i'm teaching a complete begginer, they're able to refer to the chart as they play and get a reminder of how they can manoeuvre around the board and capture.
Prefurably something on-line which is small enough that i can copie and print onto an A4 sheet.
If you've seen any thing like this, i would greatly appreciate a link or web-site name so i could follow it up.
Thanks in advance . . . . GD : )
or try the wiki.
Here are some sites with move diagrams:
You can save the images and print them, they should fit A4. Good luck!
Thanks Glex, i'm gonna use them : )
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