• Alex

    I do not play chess but I got to say it has to be KING? Not in chess terms but because it represents more than that. The future!!! As they are and will be the inheritors of this world always will be. The only question is what kind of future will we give them?

  • conrad pranze villas

    That is easy. Pawn, Why? because they might look an easy target but try to take your eyes off them and, Boom! you are dead.

  • Mariz Tina Mispenas

    I don’t know how to play chess but I would choose the QUEEN. Based on its skill the Queen moves at any direction. So maybe you need to be a great player to choose which direction you will move next.

  • Wilson Jake

    That’s the queen and the pown, I dont joke with both. Though pown can be sacrificed but for me its always for the greater good.

  • A. Rizudin

    It’s a tough call for me. While the Queen is the favourite of most people, including myself, given that it has the most dominance over the board, the Knight (Horse) is one of those characters that CANNOT be underestimated, just like the Pawn.

    It may move in the weirdest of fashions: it moves in an “L” pattern across the board.

    But the Knight is capable of covering the entire board just as well as the Queen does, if you read up a bit about the “Knight’s Tour” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knight%27s_tour) .

    I’m fairly sure that expert players are quite capable of beating less experienced opponents with this piece, if the situation presents itself, so that makes the Knight possibly the 3rd most powerful piece in terms of board dominance, next to the Rook (2nd place), and the Queen (1st place).

    Of course, that’s my two cents on that piece. *grins*

    Be careful not to get tripped up by a skilled Knight player. *winks*

  • Saidorlando

    My favorite chess piece is the queen who can make most of the moves, who also makes it easy for us to hack our opponent.

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