Chess Development "Bits 'n' Pieces":
Part of the Beginner's Chess Guide (Section 2)

Chess Development
"Bits 'n' Pieces"
[Quiet Move]


Quiet Move

Any move that DOESN'T result in a piece being threatened or captured is referred to as a Quiet Move.

So, for instance, just playing a positional move, without any attacking features, would be classed as a Quiet Move.

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