HOW TO PLAY 101 or 102 which ever you want it to be ^^
Queen: in any direction but the "L" shape that the knight makes
Bishop: up to 5 in a diagonal -only on the color that they start one if they start on white they can't move to black etc
Rook: up to 4 spaces in 1 direction. no diagonal only straight.
pawns: first move can be 2 spaces, only 1 after that. and can only move in 1 space diagonal if "attacking" but no going back wards.
Just had a couple questions with the rules you wanted to play by. When I used to play I used the World Chess Federation rules where rooks and bishops can move an infinite amount of spaces, but if you're going to limit their movement I wanted to just know three things, to make sure I'm not mistaken on the rules you want to use. I don't want to seem like a cheater when I make a move that's illegal in the ruleset you use.
1)Can Queens move as far as they want in each direction?
2)Are you going to allow castling
3)Are you going to allow en passant
I figured I should explain en passant since a lot of people haven't heard of this move (I actually forgot about it until I read about it right now while doing a refresher on chess moves). When a pawn moves two spaces forward, then the opposing pawn can capture it as if it moved only one space. This prevents a pawn from avoiding an enemy pawn by moving to their side with the two space movement. En passant can only be done right when it becomes available, otherwise you lose your right to it.
So in short:
1)If a pawn moves two spaces then it will be vulnerable to an en passant by opposing pawns
2)If an en passant is not immediately done, it can no longer be done