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
1. A result of stalemate. This occurs when it is the opponent's turn, and all his pieces have not leg moves. Stalemate = tie
2. A win.
A. Time: If your opponent runs out of time on their clock, they lose.
B. Checkmate: When the opponent's king in in check, yet there are no legal moves to protect the king.
The end of a chess game is called the 'endgame.'
Yes. Checkmate is the definite end of the game.
Checkmate is a possible outcome for a game of chess.
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.
A ten minute chess game is a blitz game of chess.
The first game of chess was played in India.
No, chess is not a track and field game.
Believe it or not, but it is physically difficult to play game after game after game of chess.
Chess matches; chess boards; versions of chess.
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.
The opponent can resign if he thinks his situation is unwinnable, though technically that's just ending the game early before an impending checkmate.
The theme of Geri's Game is Chess