The eight horizontal rows on a chessboard are called as Ranks. Chess is played on a board of 64 squares arranged in eight vertical rows called files and eight horizontal rows called ranks. These squares alternate between two colours: one light, such as white, beige, or yellow; and the other dark, such as black or green.
Ranks are rows that go from side to side across the chessboard and are referred to by numbers. Each chessboard has eight ranks, which are numbered from the bottom of the board (where the white pieces start) on up. Files are columns that go up and down the chessboard, and each board has eight of them.
Questions with Answers:
Question 1) Which country has hosted the most Summer Olympics?
Question 2) The first person to score an ODI double century, Belinda Clark, belonged to which team?
Question 3) In which country were the first modern Olympics held in the year 1896?
Question 4) What are the eight horizontal rows on a chessboard called?
Question 5) Who is the first Indian to take a five-wicket haul in all formats of cricket?
Answer: Bhuvneshwar Kumar