|Keyword Query:||Desperado Chess|
|Interpretation:||You want to learn about the Desperado Piece that sometimes occurs during a game of Chess.|
The term "Desperado" originates from Spain and refers to an outlaw who, in a predicament, forgoes personal safety and chooses to "go down fighting, come what may" ... Or, if you like, to "go out all guns blazing".
Turning matters to Chess, the basic type of a Desperado is any Piece that has no allied support, is facing capture no matter what, and so lets loose, playing to cause as much damage as possible, before snuffing it.
However, there are, in fact, two types of Desperado and you can learn about those by clicking the link, to the Chess Glossary Article, below ...
KEYWORD: Desperado Chess
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