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It's White's move. How many moves with the **bishop** can White make from this position?

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**pawn** on this particular board?

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It is Black's turn to move. Is this situation stalemate?

(NOTE: Stalemate is when a player cannot make any legal move at all. Then the game is a tie.)

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It is Black's turn to move. What piece should Black move such that Black achieves checkmate immediately?

(In short: Black to move, mate in one. "Mate" is always short for checkmate, not stalemate.)

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It is Black's turn. How many different moves are possible with the **knight**?

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