Chess VS Computer
Neither side has the advantage (+0).
No check, checkmate, or draw.
Engage your brain in challenging matches against an intelligent AI / Computer opponent. Enhance your strategic thinking and intelligence.
Chess is a strategic board game that has been played for centuries. It is played by two players on a board with 64 squares, with each player controlling 16 pieces: one king, one queen, two rooks, two knights, two bishops, and eight pawns.
The objective of the game is to checkmate the opponent’s king, which means putting the king in a position where it is under attack (in “check”) and cannot escape capture on the next move. A player can also win if their opponent resigns, if the game ends in a draw, or in some cases, if a player runs out of time.
Chess has a rich history and has been played by people from all walks of life, from commoners to kings and queens. It is a game that requires strategy, patience, and skill, and has been studied and analyzed by mathematicians and computer scientists for its complex possibilities and patterns.