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The Winning Moves in Chess

Known as one of the sports popularized by Europeans, chess is a board game played by various classes of people in different nations. Chess is very popular that even children get attracted and fascinated with the game. Winning in chess games is not that hard as thought by many people if players will be dedicated in learning the chess moves that will help them succeed.

Many professionals apply chess moves that are used by former chess champions and grandmasters in their games. The winning moves in chess can help players gain advantage and have control in every game that they will play.

The Kostics Trap and the Four Knights: Rubenstein's Defense are examples of winning moves in chess. What is necessary is that players learn and memorize these moves because it will be useless if they will not allot time practicing and mastering them.

The first two moves in the Kostics Trap are the same with the Giuoco Piano opening. The remaining moves in Kostics Trap are as follows: the white bishop in f1 to c4 and the black knight c6 to d4; the white knight in f3 captures the pawn in e5 and the black queen in d8 to g5; the white knight in e5 captures the pawn in f7 and the black queen in g5 captures the pawn in g2; the white rook from h1 to f1 and the black queen in g2 captures the pawn in e4; the white bishop in c4 to e2 and the black knight in d4 to f3.

The Four Knights: Rubenstein's Defense has 13 moves. The first six moves are the following: the white pawn in e2 to e4 and the black pawn e7 to e5; the white knight in g1 to f3 and the black knight in b8 to c6; the white knight in b1 to c3 and the black knight in g8 to f6; the white bishop in f1 to b5 and the black knight in c6 to d4; the white knight in f3 captures the pawn in e5 and the black queen in d2 to e7; the white knight in e5 to g4 and the black knight in f6 captures the pawn in e4.

The succeeding moves in the Four Knights: Rubenstein's Defense are as follows: the white will castle and the black knight in d4 captures the bishop in b5; the white knight in c3 captures the knight in b5 and the black pawn in d7 to d5; the white pawn in d2 to d3 and the black queen in e7 to h4; the white knight in g4 to e3 and the black bishop in f8 to c5; the white knight in e3 captures the pawn in d5 and the black knight in e4 captures the pawn in f2; the white queen in d1 to f3 and the black knight in f2 to g4; the white bishop in c1 to e3 and the black queen in h4 captures the pawn in h2.

The Kostics Trap and the Four Knights: Rubenstein's Defense may appear to be complicated but if players will practice and memorize them, they will find out that these will help them succeed in their games. Furthermore, players are also recommended to look for other winning moves in chess to enhance their chances.

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