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You can move your other piece to make your queen attack the king in a normal position such as: 4r3/8/8/2QB1k2/p5q1/3K4/8/8 w - - 0 1 1.Bf3+**[Discovered-Check] (1.Be4+**[Double-check]) But you … are forbidden to do so if the piece you move will put your own king in check, such as: 3r4/8/8/2QB1k2/p5q1/3K4/8/8 w - - 0 1 1.Bf3**[illegal-move] Here both Be4 and Bf3 are illegal because the …
answered May 4 '15 by Pavan Nadig
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When it is your opponent's turn to move and none of your opponent's pieces can move other than his king, and if the king moves or captures your piece, it will be under check, then this type of … to make. All his pawns are fixed, most of his other pieces are blocked by his own pieces and only 3 pieces which has space to move are Rook on g3, Knight on d2 and King on h1 which also cant move because if it does, the King will be under check! Unfortunately its a draw, which is called as stalemate. …
answered May 3 '15 by Pavan Nadig