The opponent can resign if he thinks his situation is unwinnable, though technically that's just ending the game early before an impending checkmate.
Checkmate is a possible outcome for a game of chess.
Yes. Checkmate is the definite end of the game.
a false checkmate is when someone calls "checkmate" in a chess game and if you can move without getting out then it is a false checkmate. If they call it you get to go 2 times. :) enjoy your chess game!
The game of chess uses those terms. Chess does checkmate means your in check and you cant get out and stalemate means you have no where you can move
George Koltanowski has written: 'Adventures of a chess master' -- subject(s): Chess, Schaken, Blind schaken 'With the chess masters' -- subject(s): Chess 'Checkmate!' -- subject(s): Checkmate (Chess)
David Hooper has written: 'A pocket guide to chess endgames' -- subject(s): Chess, End games, Collections of games 'Practical chess endgames' -- subject(s): Chess, End games 'Play for mate' -- subject(s): Checkmate (Chess), Collections of games, Chess
There are many possibilities to get a checkmate in 10 moves, so there is not official "10 turn checkmate".
A legal check mate in chess is anytime the king piece is in a position that cannot avoid capture by the opponent's pieces. A legal checkmate signifies the end of the chess game.
Their are 4 ways to end a chess game Resignation-The player suddenly notices he is going to lose and gives up Draw-The players agree to a draw, a tie Stalemate-The King cannot move anywhere but is not in check Checkmate-........Checkmate!!!
Checkmate is where your opponent can neither counter or evade capture - checkmate .