Triple Checkmate

bristolchess

Is it possible? Can anyone advise?

 

Thanks.

JG27Pyth

Not possible.

supersosa

It is not possible, you can only have a double. I would go into all of the details, but they are boring and long. Basically you can only use one discovery and not two and a check.

Aleksandar-III

It is not impossible. I have done it. It takes time to set your opponent up.

It can only be done with a knight, when you put the king, queen and castle in check with the same move.

 

Bon Appetite

 

mcyang
Not possible
RubenHogenhout
blagojaeleninovski schreef:

It is not impossible. I have done it. It takes time to set your opponent up.

It can only be done with a knight, when you put the king, queen and castle in check with the same move.

 

Bon Appetite

 

Nice but this is not a triple checkmate. It is a triple double attack from a Knight to a King A Queen and a Rook.

And a check not a double check.

A double checkmate would be for example.

Or also

 
But three pieces that give check thus a triple checkmate is not possible.
 



 

 

 

eric0022

Unless you are playing Chinese chess, which probably allows a quadruple check, but I am not sure if checkmate by triple check is possible or not. It should be.

 

In international chess, however, this is not possible.

Lagomorph
MechanicPig45 wrote:

Or is it?

No because black can play Kfa1 via the secret tunnel

Best_Person_Ever
eric0022 wrote:

Unless you are playing Chinese chess, which probably allows a quadruple check, but I am not sure if checkmate by triple check is possible or not. It should be.

 

In international chess, however, this is not possible.

never possible!

Alternate_solution

It is possible!

if you considered a battery

Is B-b6 a quadruple check?

Taylor_Hutson

nope

AussieRookie

Bb6 is impossible. happy.png

Best_Person_Ever
AussieRookie wrote:

Bb6 is impossible.yea

 

Alternate_solution

Oh sorry I meant B-g6

Yiyichen63
Alternate_solution wrote:

Oh sorry I meant B-g6

no thats not quadruple its only double because there are only two pieces actually checking the king

RubenHogenhout
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There is only one way I could think of a triple checkmate is possible and that is with a illegal move. Imagine that you move the two knihgts from e3 and f6 at the same time in de direction of g4. The knight on e3 with your right hand and the knight on f6 with your left hand. Then when they arrive on g4 imagine they transfrom into one single knight that give checkmate on g4 and discover the diagonal from the bishop and the line of the rook in one move.

Thus the right hand with the e3 Knight you put on g4 and the lefthand with the f6 knight you hide in you handpalm and then put behind the clock and then press the clock and yell checkmate!

 

Arisktotle

With somewhat different chess rules it is easy to get to a triple check. Notably fruitful is the Madrasi type where pieces of the same type attacking one another in standard chess, actually freeze one another!

For instance a white bishop on b2 and a black bishop on d4. Neither can play until one bishop is captured or a piece appears on c3. Not only easy to achieve triple check, also easier to get out of it. A king under double check in standard chess must always move, but a king under triple check in Madrasi can sometimes stay on its square when his side freezes and interferes the 3 attackers all by one move.

Yiyichen63

it is impossible unless u move two pieces in one turn, which is illegal

Yiyichen63
Enderboy1010 wrote:
YoutuberAngelinaHD wrote:

it is impossible unless u move two pieces in one turn, which is illegal

That's not impossible if you cheating in chess.

i said it was impossible UNLESS you play illegally

diego2589

imposible!