Traditional chess rules
The only exception is that the Pawn is not allowed to jump two squares at the first move. Played on a 6 x 5 board, with five pawns, and one each of the king, queen, bishop, knight, and rook.
Objective of the game is to checkmate the King as quickly as possible. Checkmate - in simple words - does not mean that you take the King,
but that you could capture him and that your opponent can do nothing about it. So in order to checkmate the King you will have to be able to attack him.
Your opponent will of course want to defend his King and also want to attack your King. Attacking and defending is done by using the other pieces.
You attack or defend by capturing the other pieces.
Capturing is done by putting your piece on the same field as the piece of the opponent. The opponent's piece will subsequently be taken off the board.