How to Achieve ✔ Checkmate in 3 Moves | Chess | Fastest Way | Get Smart

Chess is hard.

True grandmasters spend years learning the underlying theory, working through puzzles, and studying their opponents in order to perfect their game.

But we’re going to show you how to win a match in just three moves.

since chess is a two-person game, this will only work if your opponent makes two really bad moves.

You know the 2-move checkmate, or Fool’s Mate, and you know the 4-move checkmate, or Scholar’s Mate, but do you know the 3-move checkmate? Grab a friend, play white, and your next game of chess will take longer to set up than to play. You can achieve checkmate in three moves with capturing, or without capturing. For either of these methods to work requires some pretty bad play from your opponent, but maybe you can catch her cold at the start.
Hi guys. Rick here, helping you to master your chess techniques,

this video is about, How To Win A Chess Match In Just 3 Moves.

Are you ready? Stay focused. This requires total concentration.

Method 1.

Getting Checkmate in Three Moves while Capturing..

In both of these methods the key piece for you is your Queen. The Queen is the piece that you are going to use to achieve the checkmate, so your first move should be to open up space for the Queen to move diagonally. Moving the King Pawn forward two spaces to square e4 achieves this .

As well as freeing your queen, you need your opponent to expose their king. If black then moves their bishop pawn 2 spaces to f5 to tempt white, the checkmate in three moves is on!

Now use your Pawn to capture your opponent’s advanced Pawn by attacking on the diagonal. Notated, that’s e4xf5. Here you are trying to encourage your opponent to move their Knight Pawn forward two spaces to g5, so it is alongside your Pawn.
This isn’t a smart move from your opponent, but maybe you can lull her into it.
The idea of this move is to make sure nothing can block off your route to your opponent’s King after you make your next move.

Checkmate! Now you can move your Queen on the diagonal to h5 and you have your opponents King pinned. That’s game over! You’ll notice, that if your opponent hadn’t moved their Pawn forward two in their last turn they could have blocked off your Queen by putting a pawn in her way by g6.
You really need your opponent to play into your hands to pull off this three-move checkmate.
Now you can take the King with your Queen on the diagonal and celebrate a very swift victory. If your opponent has fallen into the trap they will likely be a bit annoyed, so don’t gloat too much!

Method 2.

Getting Checkmate in Three Moves Without Capturing.

This is a very similar method to the previous one. You are basically aiming to get your opponent’s Bishop and Knight Pawns forward one and two squares respectively, while freeing your Queen to enable it to move onto h5. The end result is the same as the previous method.
You are trying to tempt your opponent to move her Bishop and Knight Pawns.
You need you opponent to respond by bringing out her Bishop Pawn one square to f6.
It can also work if she moves her Knight Pawn forward two squares on this turn, as long as she moves the Bishop Pawn on her next move.

The next move for you to make has to free up your Queen so it can get into a checkmate position on the next move. To do this, move the White King Pawn ahead two squares to e4. Now you have opened up an avenue for your Queen to reach h5.
In order to clear the way to your opponent’s King you need her to move her Knight Pawn ahead two spaces to g5.


And that’s it, you have trapped your opponent’s King in the same position as the previous method, but this time you did it without even capturing a single piece. Match Over.
Again, this looks simple and it is. So don’t expect it to work very often!

In theory, there are loads of variations on this. The key moves are getting your Queen to h5, and your opponent’s Bishop, and Knight Pawns out of the way of her King.
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  2. there is another one put the pawn in front the queen 2 spaces and the bishop put it 3 spaces and the king 2 spaces and then eat the pawn that is in front of the king if you cant eat it means the trap did not work but i think it works for the beginners only

  3. Simple counter just follow basic startup

  4. very informative and interesting moves . i was looking for it.

  5. Bro you can't move 2 times for pawns at each turn 😒

  6. Thank you so much and I really LOVE CHESS very much and I will keep on playing CHESS FOREVER.

  7. my sister senses it when I am gonna do something, so hard. 😟😕

  8. 🙏समर्थ मसाले 🙏 says:

    Not just you but all the chess vloggers,how can we know that the real opponent would walk these steps only

  9. that is wrong. You should have taken en passant because you will be poggers gamer moment.

  10. 1:56
    You could move queen to H5
    (_if your opponent is that bad, they probably wouldn’t realise that they could kill queen with g7_)

  11. Bro my father isn’t gana fall for this like bruh
    My father isn’t dum he has brain but thanks for the effort of teaching us

  12. You could just move the queen on second move way easier

  13. I tried this epic fail infact by doing this i got reck in 5 moves 😑😑😂😂

  14. because this trick name is fools trick,only foools wil say this trick to all.and making us fools

  15. Lol even a 0 IQ opponent wouldn't do that moves lol

  16. Bruh I have mate in 3 as black 1.f4 e5 2. fxe5 Qh4+ 3.g3 Be7 4. gxh4 Bxh4 mate why no one cares about this mate

  17. Its kinda based on luck if they do the move

  18. Behold behold the story of chess that never revealed the white inosent faithful queen ( as honored name as queen bee) have four faithfull solders and one faithful bishop and castle and traitor king standing on the dark spot meaning he collaborate with enemy the other side don’t blame dark king in other hand he stands in white that means he is collaborate for good purpose and he seeks peace and the key to solve the mystery in chess is the malificent dark queen also known as queen ant could the good queen defeat the other queen making her convert to good deeds ps never sacrifice the most powerful piece in order to end battle for that you lose so choosing white side is needed because dark queen have considered probability that she convert for good

  19. Thank you so much how to play chess in 3moves

  20. I think no one plays like the opponent 🗿

  21. No one is such a fool that they will fall for it!

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