22 May 2010

Checkmate with Two Bishops

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Video - Checkmate with Two Bishops: This chess video will show you how to checkmate with two bishops. The video is designed for chess beginners. The king and two bishops against the king. How to checkmate? It's better once to see than to hear 100 times about...

Before you see the video, please read the following. The checkmate with two bishops is easy, but it may take a dozen of moves to checkmate. The checkmate with two bishops is always possible. But this checkmate is possible only in a corner of the chess board.

The next is simple checkmate procedures. First, put the two bishops at adjacent lines. Second, push your opponent's king towards a corner of the chess board - in which you want to checkmate. Third, checkmate in the corner but be very careful to avoid any stalemate.

Now you are ready to see this checkmate video. Its name is Checkmate with Two Bishops, and the video consists of 2 parts. Part 1 is general provisions and checkmate procedures. Part 2 is checkmate example. To start the video - just click the Play button below:




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You saw the video, and you have got how to checkmate with two bishops. After this, you are recommended to have a short practice on the chess board. Just the short practice of checkmating with two bishops from different initial positions... Thank you!