I always loose chess games by making one little mistake and blowing the game. Same as I do when I mess up a math problem. Only takes one tiny mistake to get a problem wrong.

]]>Wanna practice (1)? Go to: Knights Move (I got 67after a *few* attempts)

Wow! I got 65! Very interesting game, MathsIsFun, thanks for the game.:cool:

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Thanks a million, krassi_holmz! 6 years ago, I didn't know internet existed

To : siva.eas

I am sorry. I am getting old and making more mistakes than ever.

The moves are

1. f4, e6.

g4, Qh4 +mate

You are correct, siva.eas.

I posted that in a hurry. A minor mistake. The first move should be

1. e4, e6

It still would not work, white cold block the check by moving its bishop to f7.

]]>Logic:

You are playing two chess games at the same time (first you move in the first, then your from the first moves then you move in the second then the second opponent moves and you get back to the first and so on)

Give a strategy (it's logical) when you are black in the first game and white in the second to be sure you'll get at least one point at the end.

I saw Derren Brown do that a while ago, except it was against 9 grandmasters. He played 8 of them against each other using the above strategy 4 times and somehow managed to beat the last one by himself.

]]>Odd strategies can work, for example there was a champion chess player who would lose most of his pieces ... all the way to victory!

]]>You are playing two chess games at the same time (first you move in the first, then your from the first moves then you move in the second then the second opponent moves and you get back to the first and so on)

Give a strategy (it's logical) when you are black in the first game and white in the second to be sure you'll get at least one point at the end.]]>