[Tex/LaTex] LaTeX Template for Drawing Chess Rules in Iconic Manner


Chess game is very old. The rules are difficult for a beginner.
Iconic overview of chess rules is a great advantage for beginners.
Would you know a cool template to print rules with tikz ?

There is so far no example of first work.
anyhow first attempt:


Ideally, would be to have the TIKZ source for making separate pieces queen, king,… without chessboard package.

herewith a nice rule overview. It is easy to understand since there are pics of pieces + arrows. Schematics are awesome for everyone.
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Best Answer

The chessfss package provides the useful possibility to access the chess pieces by their name, which you can use to draw the rules in tikz. One example:



    \node at (-1,0) {\WhiteRookOnWhite}; 
    \draw[<->] (-0.5,0) -- (0.5,0);
    \draw[<->] (0,-0.5) -- (0,0.5);
    \fill[white] (-0.2,-0.2) rectangle (0.2,0.2);
    \node at (0,0) {\footnotesize R};


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