Solitaire Chess – Logic Puzzle by ThinkFun

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Solitaire Chess is not chess, but uses the rules of chess to help you learn the game or sharpen your skills.

Solitaire Chess takes the best part of the game eliminating your opponents pieces and makes it the goal of this fun and fast-paced logic puzzle. Your problem-solving and sequential logic skills are put to the test as you plan your strategy to eliminate all of the pieces from the game board except one, using only traditional chess moves.

Solitaire Chess includes 60 beginner- to expert-level challenges, 10 chess pieces, and a storage bag. How to play: You start with 10 chess pieces two each of the Knight, Rook, Pawn and Bishop, one each of the King and Queen and 60 challenges. Choose a challenge card and set up the chess pieces on the board as indicated. Then, using the rules of chess to plan your strategy, move the pieces one by one to capture the other pieces. When only one piece remains on the board, you win.

Once you’ve solved a challenge, move on to the next, more difficult one. Ages 8 to adult. Learn chess or deepen your strategic understanding of the game with Solitaire Chess. Happy Puzzling!

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