In a game of Chess, the stage that is referred to as the 'end game' is the final stage of the game where most of the pieces of the game have been removed. Most of the time, both queen pieces have been removed the board.
The end of a chess game is called the 'endgame.'
The final stage of a chess match is called the "endgame." The previous two stages are called the "opening" and the "middle game." The endgame usually, but not always, begins when the two queens are off the board. If the queens are traded off in the very beginning of the game with most of the other pieces still remaining, it would still be considered the middle game for awhile.Ok, there are 3 main stages, the last two are The Middle Game The End game the last stage is the end game and at this point most of the pieces have been taken and the aim is to promote a pawn at this stage (a pawns value increases when this stage is reached
its not that a match should end only in a check mate.accepted draw, stale mate.... etc are there to end a game in chess
If you are referring to the phases of the game, then they are the opening game, the middle game, and the end game.
Yes. Checkmate is the definite end of the game.
Checkmate is a possible outcome for a game of chess.
Checkmate/stale mate/ Draw
The last move in chess is a checkmate. A checkmate is when you have trapped the king to where it cannot escape in anyway. Then, you win the game.
A chess book is a work of literature that discusses chess in some form or another. The most common type of chess book is an instructional one that teaches you about the game. Some may focus on specific parts such as openings or end game theory while others may provide a basic introduction to the game.