... Then, there are those who have the proclivity to advise and suggested ideas and plans without ever getting their hands dirty. They specialized in their process of the grand overview and overseeing their terrain within their limited sphere of influence. This group of specialists can be categorized as bishops. Securing and maintaining "The Bishop position" with the right "colored" team could be quite rewarding. Situation matters
The rooks usually possessed the arcane knowledge and quietly observing the field view from the corner. Besides protecting the king's blindspot, he or she usually enters into the competitive field, during the middle game or the endgame. Once the rooks are unified, their range of influence are usually greater than the other pieces. In some instances, they are considered the secret weapons of the last resort.
In life, the bishops sometimes managed the Rooks behind the scenes while the Rooks planned the campaigns and supervised the Knights and the Pawns.
The king and the queen are usually those who belong to the upper tier and possessed the greatest range of "strategic" influence. In some situations, they are familiarized with the operational side of their numerous ventures.
While the King and Pawns endgames are one of the most difficult skills to master, staying even or ahead of the chaos during the transition from the middle game to the end game. Do not get accidentally isolated.
Regardless of the role, the competitive player always remains in the game. But the successful strategist always know when to leave the game.
The Shakespeare's View
All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances;
And one man in his time plays many parts,
- William Shakespeare's As You Like It