How many points is each chess piece worth?
Pawn - 1 point
Knight - 3 points
Bishop - 3 points
Rook - 5 points
Queen - 9 points
Rook and Knight - 7.5 points
Rook and Bishop - 8 points
Pair of Rooks - 10 points
Three minor pieces - 10 points
Rook and two minor pieces - 11 points
The standard term is "minor piece" and it refers to a knight or bishop. (I've edited the answer to use this term). It's also good to know the term "major piece" to refer to a rook or queen, but it's far less common.
(-1) The 1-3-3-5-9 guideline is widely accepted and taught, but I've never heard of the piece combination values, nor do I see the point as it clearly depends on the position. Do you have a credible source for those values?
Yeah. Widely taught isn't a credible source either. But you're right, it all depends on the position. I don't have a credible source. But feel free to find one.
Yeah, it is 10 points anyway. This is just a guide for choosing between a queen and two rooks.
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