Checkmate with Knight & Bishop #2: Chess Endgame Strategy, Moves & Tricks to Win Fast + Puzzle

Checkmate with a Knight, a Bishop & a King in the Endgame. Do you think this is difficult? No, it isn’t. I have a very easy & simple chess strategy for you all. In this chess tutorial, I will show you some step-by-step moves that you need to play to win this game fast. The trick is to co-ordinate with all your pieces to restrict your opponent’s moves, avoid stalemate and finally mate the white/black king in the correct corner within 50 moves. In this chess video, you will learn the best method to win these type of endgames where your opponent decides to run away to a corner which is not the same colour as your bishop. Here are some basic tips:
1. Drag your opponent’s king to an edge of the board by using the idea of restriction
2. Push the opponent’s king to the correct corner
3. Limit him to the corner 2 squares only
4. Avoid stalemate
5. And finally Checkmate your opponent with your bishop

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Siberian Trap: Chess Opening TRICK to WIN Games Fast:
Stafford Gambit: Chess Opening TRICK to WIN Games Fast:
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152 Comments

  1. i had knight and bishop on end game and stale mated. damn. I instantly go to this video to learn lol

  2. 1.f6 Re5 2.Rxe5 Qa1+ 3.Re1 h6 4.Rxa1 Kh7 5.Qe2 h5 6.Qe8 Kh6 7.Qxf7 c5 8.Qg7+ Kg5 9.f7 Kf4 10.f8=Q+ Ke3 11.Rd1 Ke2 12.Qf3#

  3. Why didn’t he show how to force the king out of the center

  4. Answer to the puzzle is
    Qh6 then Re8

  5. 1==f6-Q*d2
    Re8#
    2= f6-h6
    Re8+,Kh7
    Rh8+,K*Rh8
    Qh6+,Kg8 force move
    Then Qg7#

  6. They can be called as W manuver And that's a pattern in chess any pattern. We will call it as w manuver

  7. I have a problem with rook vs queen how to win with queen

  8. Solution-Pawn to f6 , then Rook to e8 And It's a Checkmate in 2 moves

  9. I came here to watch this video after stalemating a winning game.

  10. White – Pawn f6 2) Black – Black Queen into White Queen 3)White – Rook e8 #

  11. My GOSH !!!! Thanks master!!!! I don't know how to mate with a Bishop and knight before. I'll practice this. Thank you thank you thank you ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  12. can someone please tell me where (on which website) can i practice this endgame

  13. pawn to f6 biack queen takes the white queen rook e8 the checkmeet

  14. the chess puzzle's answer is pawn to 6F because then we can bring the rook to the checkmate position of the king.

  15. answer of puzzle
    white Qh6
    black gxf5
    white re8 checkmate to black

  16. F6 is the best move here which is confirming whites win any how
    If black plays Qxd2 ,Re8 is the winning move.
    If black plays blackRe5,whiteR×e5,blackQc6,whiteQc2,blackQb5,whiteQb3,blackQc6,whiteQc4,black,Qd7,white Qxc7 ,black Qe6,white Qd8,black Qe8,white Qxe8 is a check mate
    If black plays Kf8 ,Qh6+ ,Kg8 will be the only move then Re8 will be a check mate
    If black plays h6 ,white will play Re8+,Kh7will be the only move,then Rh8+,K×h8, Q×h6+,then the only move left for black is Kg8,then Qg7 is ultimately a check mate.

  17. There also is another way to put him in check mate in the black corner

  18. If the black bishop on the light square was on a2, the black king was on b3, the black knight was on c2, and the white king was on a1 there would be a checkmate in the corner that is not the same color as the bishop

  19. We first leave queen and cover g7 to trap king and we do it by playing f6 then No matter what black plays Rook e8 is mate

  20. 3:17 bhai d8 pe jaega to kya, Wo bhi to bta, sare cases cover kr wrna mt bnaya kr video stockfish to whi krrha aur nikal jaega, pehli baar tere channel pe aaya, dobara nahi aaunga, band krde channel pls🙏, mera dimag kharab hogya ye practice karne gya to stockfish se

  21. F6 is winning on the spot.
    1- If Kf8 then Qh6+ , Kg8, Qg7#
    2- If Re5 then Rxe5. As White Queen can't be captured by the Black Queen because of mate on e8 so black is forced to play Qa1+, but after Kh2 , Qxa3, Re8+,Qf8, and a beautiful move Qh6, whatever black plays, there is a checkmate on g7.
    3-if h6 or h5, then Re8 check and after kh7, Rh8+( another tactical shot😊) . After Kxh8, Qh6+ and after Kg8, Qg7#

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