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This is just a small (not exact) diagram set up of how the game looked. There were a few more pieces by the way! Anyways white decided to take rook instead of check since it was free =)
And just for kicks, the game opened up with a scandinavian defense. Harry Potter's team was playing as black if anyone didnt realize this =P
GO WIZARDS CHESS
In the movie, Harry (Bishop) was standing adjacent to the king.
I've seen this "move sequence" lying around the Internet though. It was made to "capture the bad queen".
I honetly wish wizards chess was real.
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