What is a win at chess called?
The objective of chess is to take the king to win the game(war).
You win in chess by checkmating your opponent.
Having a bishop in Chess will not help you win. You can only win if you have a queen.
The last move in chess is a checkmate. A checkmate is when you have trapped the king to where it cannot escape in anyway. Then, you win the game.
Stalemate is when neither player can win in chess therefore it is called "Draw by stalemate"
To win chess, you must use a move called a 'Checkmate' on the opponents' king. It is where you are attacking the king, and there is no possible escape (blocking the attack, capturing the attacking piece, or moving the king out of an attack).
To win at chess you must be better than your opponent by having more experience and being better studied at the game of chess .
To win at chess you capture the King by using the chess pieces strategically and tactically ~ see related link below .
It is called the Scholar's Mate also known as four move check mate
There was no man that made chess in third grade my teacher told me that chess was made when a king and queen had to battle another kingdom they invented a game and whomever won that game would win.
It's possible to win a chess game with any set or number of pieces
Yes , you win the game by capturing/checkmating your opponent's King - this is the purpose of the chess game .
A game of chess is won when a player cannot make a move to prevent their king being captured in the next turn. In this way the position is called "checkmate". Another way to win a game of chess is through resignation, or, if the game is timed, then a player may win if his opponent's clock reaches zero.
No. There are many ways to win a chess game; checkmate, resignation, disqualification, and if the game is timed, you can win by your opponent's clock reaching zero.
Game in 2 is the quicket way to win a game of chess. The best example is: 1.f3,e5 2.g4, Qh4# This is also called Fool's Mate.
The 'Fool's mate' is the fastest way to get a checkmate in chess.
This depends on your opponent. If he makes a big mistake you can win very quickly. And it depends how strong you play chess yourself of course. If you like to learn chess the proper way then go to the following website: www.expert-chess-strategies.com You can play chess there with four different java applets, learn chess openings, chess strategies and chess tactics and watch chess videos. There is everything you need.
The only possible way to win a chess game in a single move is if your opponent resigns after the first move.
Yes , to win is reliant upon the particular situation of the game and the disposition of chess men .
You usually win a monetary prize from a chess tournament. The amounts vary but can go as high as $30,000, which was the amount awarded to the winner of the 2008 World Open chess tournament.
Checkmate your Opponents King
In the game of chess there is a chess piece called the Queen.
A bad move in chess is called a "blunder".
The end of a chess game is called the 'endgame.'
Top chess player called "Grandmaster"
George M. Lapoint has written: 'Chess points, or, How you can win chess games' -- subject(s): Chess, Chess problems, Collections of games
The first chess computer that could play chess was called Deep Blue.
To win a game of chess, you must CheckMate your opponent's King. This means you must get to a position in which you are attacking his King (putting him in check) and the King can not escape. --CM
You have to move your player so that your partners KING isin a place where you can capture it. This is called CHECK MATE. If the the other player is unable to protect its king by the time it is your turn, you win!!!
Yes, it is possible.
If you mean famous then you are right because chess is famous. It is a game where you need to use your brain to win.
A ten minute chess game is a blitz game of chess.
Chess World Champion
A draw in chess is called a "Stalemate" .
I. A. Horowitz has written: 'How to win in the chess openings' -- subject(s): Chess 'All about chess' -- subject(s): Chess 'Chess for beginners' -- subject(s): Chess 'The personality of chess' 'New traps in the chess opening' -- subject(s): Chess, Openings 'Golden Treasury of Chess' 'World chessmasters in battle royal' 'The New York times guide to good chess' -- subject(s): Chess
Two : 1. f3 e5 2. g4 Qh4# This is called 'Fool's Mate' .
No , winning the game of chess requires the capture of the king .
Why is the 9th chapter in the book frindle called chess?
by playing better than the whites
yes that is cheatin
one half of a chess board
No, it is impossible to win back a piece in chess. It is only possible to "promote" your pawn to either a Queen, Rook, Knight or Bishop when it reaches the other end of the board.
The pawn upon it's promotion and properly applied to the strategy in capturing the opponent's king could win the game of chess .
Playing chess helps develop your brain using strategy of how to win and remembering the different pieces and moves
The fourth challenge was the giant chess set. This was Professor McGongall's challenge. To win, everybody had to become a chess piece and win the game.
when you say corner chess piece, do u mean the piece tht starts in the four corners of the chess board, if so then that is called a rook.
In India ( that is where chess was made) it is called an elephant.
A turn in chess is known as a "Move" ~ see related link below for a list of chess terms .
Viswanathan Anand has won the World Chess Championship in 2000, 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2012 .