Chess Endgame Trick You Must Know 25.02.2023 Chess Endgame Trick You Must Know Post navigation PreviousNext 221 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments Can any1 explain why the last part is stalemate Reply Or u can do h3 Reply Pawn h2 putting king in check and then promoting Reply Pawn h2 after you moved your bishop Reply Whats a roog? Reply Can someone explain how this is not checkmate? It was white move after black king moved. Is that not check? Reply Title should be changed to “know a trick that will never happen” Reply Wait a sec, what if when you move the king to g1, why don’t you just push the (now protected thanks to bishop) pawn than if the king moves to f2 than you can sac the bishop for a newly promoted queen, than just ladder check mate with the king and the queen Reply yes its stalemate but shouldnt the trapped king lose? its common sense, people who made chess… Reply Kf3 Reply I mean I didn’t even see the board Reply What if you just advanced the pawn after you move the bishop? Reply B Reply Wrong numbering of fields and colours.This is so wrong on all levels. What was blacks move before he got himself in to this? Reply Just use three moves to make a right angle triangle thing so that the king isn't in its usual place. Reply sacrifice the bishop, promote to queen and mate in few Reply What if after Kg1 black pushes the pawn? Reply Nice 😀 Reply What if you dont move the bishop cause and push your king where theirs were instead? Reply This is why you move your rooks Reply Can't you just do a normal pawn and king endgame? Reply Wait why king moving left makes a stalemate, white clearlye loses by checkmate Reply how about king f3 for black? Reply I'm the 6,000th like Reply black king goes to f3 then the white king goes to g1 and then we push our pawn with a check so the white king moves to f1 which can give it a checkmate by playing pawn to h8 promoting to a queen Reply I had this same situation when playing with my little brother and I was so annoyed Reply Kindergardner would draw this with finger in nise Reply Instead of pushing your king push your pond that will give a check Reply Black is noob (he don't know about chess) Reply After King G2, don't push your pawn, instead bring your king Reply Bro rook f2 Reply Just keep the bishop there if white kills it then get a queen with your pawn and if not then get your king where they have to move their king away so you can promote and don't worry about the bishop Reply Stalemates are more common at corner of boards Reply check the king with your pawn being protected by the bishop idk im only 750 elo 😂 Reply Rook f1 is able to win I think Reply What if you move the black king to f3? Reply Ok is he attack the Bishop let him because the sacrifice is to get the white the king away from the promotion square Reply I’m curios why that would be considered a stalemate and not check mate? Reply How tf was that a brilliant move Reply The bishop do be being a cop controlling those dark squares 💀💀💀 Reply Kê đt Reply Sac the bishop it will give way for Rook to escape you can protect the square which the pawn is and move both of them till the pawn gets promoted and now you can checkmate him Reply What if black does the triangulation tactic? Could black somehow protect the pawn AND have it queen while avoiding stalemate? Reply After king G2 just move your rook to F1 after king takes push your pawn and king can't grab the pawn Reply Did just black pawn go back a square Reply Wouldn't it be checkmate because the king had nowhere to go? I don't understand this stalemate and draw shenanigans Reply The pawn went backwards Reply What about the pawn promotion? Reply I like it a lot thanks Reply Pawn on edge files in an endgame is a draw 99% to of cases I think Reply Comments navigation Newer comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.