Both checkerboard and chess boards have 64 squares. These squares are distributed into eight lines of eight squares each in alternating colors. Based on this distribution you will
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There are 64 playing squares on a checkerboard. Checkerboards have 8 rows of 8 squares each, in alternating colors, which are usually black and red. Geometrically speaking, however,
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If you want to get technical there are only 64 but there are 204. C...
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