Checkmate your Opponents King
the king gets the role of the queen
No , if your king is in check you can not counter with placing your opponent's king in check - you must respond to the move on your next turn by dealing with your king in check by moving the king out of check , removing the attacking piece by capture or by blocking the checking piece or you will need to concede / resign from the game . Look to the related link below regarding the rules of chess .
The main goal in chess is to make your opponents king not to be able to go anywhere or he gets hit (this is known as checkmate).
No , the rules of chess do not allow for placing one's king in check ~ look to the related link below to the rules regarding check .
To win chess, you must use a move called a 'Checkmate' on the opponents' king. It is where you are attacking the king, and there is no possible escape (blocking the attack, capturing the attacking piece, or moving the king out of an attack).
The King can not move into check but can pin the opponents King allowing another chess piece to checkmate ~. see related link below .
You will win a game of chess when you have checkmated your opponent. This means you a threatening to take the opponents king and he can not make any more moves to remove the threat.
There is no forced win. However positions are possible: Opponents king: a8 Your king: a6 Your knights: b6,c6
Can only move one space in any direction. Can not touch opponents king. If taken the game is over.
A stalemate occurs when there is no possible winner. In other words, a deadlock. In chess, it means one of the players cannot move their king without placing it in check.
No, a king can never move to a square that is being threatened by an opponents piece. This would result in check, and you can never move your king into check.