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Bishop. Moves arbitrary number of unobstructed squares diagonally.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Gergely Buglyó wrote on 2004-08-24 UTC
In fact, 'futár' means 'messenger' in Hungarian, but in chess the bishop is called 'futó', which could mean 'runner' indeed. (I'm not sure if the word 'futó' is derived from 'futár'.)