How do I move the horse in chess

GMSimonChess

@Kenny-Ji first comment mean Chess.com help him move a horse,but he don't know how to ride a horse.

 

DamonevicSmithlov

Dagnabbit, aren't u looking for chess students right about now? This doesn't seem like good advertisement. 

And I just wanted a reason to use dagnabbit again. Do u like how I just threw it in there right at the start?

1776new

Why are you on a Chess site asking how to move a horse? Try a bucket of horse feed, your welcome.

Squidward18Q
DamonevicSmithlov wrote:

Dagnabbit, aren't u looking for chess students right about now? This doesn't seem like good advertisement. 

And I just wanted a reason to use dagnabbit again. U like how I just threw it in there right at the start?

I prefer 'Holy Moses' 

oregonpatzer

You stick your spurs into its lower ribcage, apply your riding crop across its flank and holler "Giddyup" unless you're the Lone Ranger, in which case it's "Hi-Yo Silver, away!" 

eric0022

I have never seen a horse in real life before.

GrandPatzerDave

Try an apple.

Monie49
Someone please explain sarcasm to Kenny-Ji!
corum

carefully

Kenny-Ji
Monie49 wrote:
Someone please explain sarcasm to Kenny-Ji!

I thought you were actually trying to help

Monie49
Horsee!
Kenny-Ji
1776new wrote:

Why are you on a Chess site asking how to move a horse? Try a bucket of horse feed, your welcome.

Horse is a guy in chess

GrandPatzerDave
Kenny-Ji wrote:
1776new wrote:

Why are you on a Chess site asking how to move a horse? Try a bucket of horse feed, your welcome.

Horse is a guy in chess

Neigh.

Thee_Ghostess_Lola
Kenny-Ji wrote:
GrandPatzerDave wrote:
Monie49 wrote:
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It is the only piece that can jump other pieces.

So you've never castled?  ;-)

The castle can't jump over other pieces

....that can be argued when castling. Just so u know.

Thee_Ghostess_Lola
enoniugnep wrote:
Kenny-Ji wrote:

Chess.com helps me show where it can go but I don't know how to move it in real life

Getting a horse to move forward requires an understanding of how to communicate clearly with horses. If you can give a horse clear directions and not give it mixed messages, most horses will move willingly. However, if you have a horse that is unusually stubborn, you may need to use some creative solutions to get it to move where you want it to go.

...like a bucket of water ? (....making him drink it is another thread.)

checkmate1316
What they don’t tell you is that you can move the horse with a carrot 🥕 if that doesn’t work then starve the horse and then try again