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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  1. First pawn f6 then black queen grabs white queen on d2 then rook to e8 checkmate this is the main variation and if he want to save checkmate then black can plays queen to c1 but then r × q and white has a queen advantage

  2. Rook e8 (check)
    Pawn f6 (beautiful check mate)

  3. Pawn to F6 and then queen takes queen then rook to E8 it's a checkmate

  4. Solution for the puzzle is:- 1.f6 Qxd2 2.Re8#

  5. 1.f6, generally it blocks the kings escape.
    Now, if h5 then[ Qh6] so its time to check after f6/
    normally queen takes d2,and then comes
    the checkmate,2.Re8#.thanks geetangar adhwani
    for the puzzle!!!!!!!!!

  6. Re5 is bad because…. After Rxe5 Qc6 comes

  7. Im still a beginner in chess..and I really need a tutor..and luckily,I've got one!

    Very nice puzzle..
    Hope to see more of your tips and tricks!

  8. One of the very many important things he said BUT in a slightly different context is piece coordination. This is MOST important once the opponent's king is on the side of the board. Make SURE your knight complements/coordinates with your bishop by placing your knight on a square that allows your knight to control squares your bishop can't control on the side of the board. It's not just enough placing your knight in-between your king and the opponent's king (before the W knight move), The knight MUST be controlling squares of opposite color to your bishop. Thanks for the video!!

  9. White Rook e8 Black king g7 white pond f6 Black king f6 white Queen f4 check mate

  10. thx u so much! I mastered it within like only 2 tries 🙂

  11. What should I do when my enemy is using my same pieces and same moves

  12. White-Pf6,
    Black- ph6
    White-re8 check!
    Black- kh7
    White- rh8 check!
    Black- kh8
    White- qh6 !check!
    White-qg7 checkmate!

  13. Great video. Just 1 thing; When I play with the computer he always runs away to b7 at 6:04. What to do then?

  14. first white will play Qh6 & after that if black plays some other move then white will play Re8 checkmate#

  15. 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#

  16. Move pawn f6 , now black have two option can take white queen by his queen or rookc6 , in next move white rook ek will be chek mat

  17. The best move for the puzzle is Pawn f6 then if black tries to capture the queen then simply move the rook to e8 then a beautiful checkmate. I love your puzzle chess talk

  18. White plays Pawn to f6 blocking the g7 box and if takes our Sweety(Queen)on d2 then simply Rook e8 is a beautiful Checkmate😁😁

  19. Rook to e8 check then queen to h6 and then queen to f 8checkmate

  20. What if the black king is on the 8h and the bishop is on h7 and the white king is on h6

  21. First, Move (w)Qh6.
    Now, any move continuation{except (b)Qc1 or (b)Qa1}, we have (w)Re1++[(w)Re1#, depend how you write], its here a checkmate.
    Like if I am write.

  22. I like and learn this line easy pissy

  23. Jeetendra Advani sir please use collar mike
    Your voice is some what cracky
    Please sir
    Except that everything is Okk 😁😍

  24. Which app we can use to put these things as per our need

  25. F6 is the best move then the opponent become greedy and he takes our queen then rook to e8 is check mate

  26. can you show checkmate with 2 knights please

  27. F6 this sacrifices a queen but the next move is killing took e8 check mate hence if black doesn't capture our queen in response to f6 instead he play kf8 its fine for us because we use our queen to h6 to deliver a check then the final move is rook e8 or queen f8 these are two choices we have to mate our opponent on this position if we play white

  28. please play black bishop and knight check mate

  29. Excellent …….nicely explained mind blowing

  30. Please… make a 2 knight only end game😭 it's too difficult for me to do this.. even the computer is unable to do so… is there really a solution for it??

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