Trick to play chess on Facebook messenger.

Now you can play online chess with your friend from any where in world. By the help of Facebook messenger . This is also for Android. See proof here:-


It just takes one simple step to unlock this
hidden game.
All you need to do is: type ” @fbchess
play ” and hit Enter, during a conversation,
and a small square box would appear in the
chat box.

Here’s how to play: The person who
initiated the game would be assigned
“White” side, to make the first movement.
Although there is some standard algebraic
notation like:-
B for “Bishop”
R for “Rook”
Q for “Queen”
K for “King”
N for “Knight”
P for “Pawn”
Pawns could be moved by issuing the simple
commands with numbers (along with the
vertical axes).
For, e.g. If your first play would take the
second pawn from the left and move it up
one block, you would write: ‘ @fbchess
Pb3 ,’ or simply ‘ @fbchess b3 .’
You could refer to the help section by
issuing the command ” @fbchess help ” for
the possible commands to assist you
throughout the game.
It turns out that the commands are case
sensitive. The board will update and notify
you whether it is your turn to play.
You can undo a move with ” @fbchess
undo ” command or by clicking the “undo”
button — but your opponent has to accept
the request to undo.
The game would also allow you to have a
conversation during the game with your
friend, resumes the game by issuing the
game commands.
FB Chess is currently available for both
mobile and web platforms, eliminating the
need to download it separately.
This new Productive Time Killer Game
initiated to entertain its users by sharpening
brain while having a chat with your mate


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