Chess is played on a square board isolated into 64 squares (eight-by-eight) of exchanging shading.
Regardless of what the real shades of the board, the lighter-hued squares are designated “light” or “white” and the darker-hued squares are classified “dim” or “dark”.
Sixteen White and sixteen Black pieces are put on the board toward the start of the game. The board is put with the goal that a white square is in every player’s base right corner.
Flat lines are called positions and vertical columns are called records.
As per FIDE hardware norms, the length of side of a square ought to be double the length of the breadth of the base of a pawn.