How to Win Chess in Four Moves?


One can never really anticipate their opponent next move. The main thing is to know where you want to move 10 moves before hand. Remember chess is the battle of the mind. Check mate! For more information look here:;
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In order to win the board game Chess in four moves you will need a chess board as well as some chess pieces and someone to play with. Begin the game as you normally would.
For veteran chess players the 'four-move checkmate' is easily anticipated, however, if you know how to mask your target by doing destructive moves, you'd probably win. The four moves begins with the moving of the pawn's king one to two squares forward, followed by the king's bishop moving it three squares diagonally upward. And then, move the queen two squares diagonally towards your opponent. Finally, lift your queen all the way up to the pawn's position just right in front of your rival's bishop.
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