How to Win Chess in Three Moves?


To win chess in three moves, your opponent should not be able block the moves. First, move the pawn to King-4, then move the kingside bishop to queenside Bishop's-4, the queen to Kingside Bishop's-3, and finally, the queen captures the opponent's kingside bishop's pawn-7. The king cannot move resulting in checkmate.
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1. In chess, White always goes first. He moves the pawn in front of his "right hand" knight up one or two spaces, or, in algebraic notation, 1.f4 or 1.f3. 2. Black makes
The moves you make are to put your queen's pawn out 2 spaces and then your king's pawn one space. You opponent must move his king's bishop's pawn out and his knight's pawn out two
This quick checkmate is probably best performed by white, though black
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