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As a high school student, I was introduced to a game that I came to enjoy and even got some proficiency at. That was many years ago. The game is Chess. This cache should at least have you take a look and do a little (maybe) research to solve for the real coords.
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A= point value of a bishop
B= how many spaces the King can move at a time
C= how many knights are there between the 2 opponents
D= If a knight is in the middle of the board, how many squares can it move to, assuming all of those squares are unoccupied
E= the number of squares a pawn has to advance (including its original square) to be traded in for a more valuable piece
F= If a black knight captures a white bishop and then is captured himself, how much point value is gained?
G= If one player captures both their opponent's knights and have not lost any of their pieces, how many "points" advantage is gained?
H= Point value of a pawn
I= What is the combined point value of a rook and 3 pawns
J= If one player loses a pawn and the other looses a rook, what is the net point difference?
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