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Can you name the following chess terms?

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Governing body of international chess (4 letter acronym, from the French)
Most common type of notation, formatted Nf3
When a king is not attacked, but the side to move can't legally do so
Two moves in one, involving king and rook
The part of the game where few pieces remain, and the final stage
A pawn moves 2 squares forward, next to an opposing pawn. On the next move, the opposing pawn can capture in this 2-word method
Tactic where one piece, usually a knight, attacks two pieces at once
The only standard chess set, named for a 19th century English master
Chess variant where the pieces start on randomized squares, named for a 20th century American
When a king is attacked but can not escape
Older form of notation, formatted P-K4
When neither side wins
Term for two pawns of the same color on the same file
Highest title that can be given to a player
Numbers used to compare individual performance in competition
Method of bishop development on the flank
When a king is attacked but can escape
Name for a chess game played with limited time controls (an hour or less)
The Sicilian, or Ruy Lopez, as examples
File format used to easily distribute chess notation electronically
Two word term used to refer to bishops and knights collectively
A pawn without friendly pawns on either adjacent file is known as this
When a pawn reaches the last rank, this happens.
Tactic where a less valuable piece can't move without exposing a more valuable piece

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