# Is triple check possible in chess?

Triple check is impossible, unless you want to count an x-ray attack as the third check. A queen
queen
The queen (♕, ♛) is the most powerful piece in the game of chess. It can move any number of squares vertically, horizontally or diagonally , combining the powers of the rook and bishop.
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and rook
rook
The rook (/rʊk/; ♖, ♜) is a piece in the game of chess. It may move any number of squares horizontally or vertically without jumping, and it may capture an enemy piece on its path; additionally, it may participate in castling.
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attacking on the same file is normally thought to be one check.

## Is there such thing as triple check in chess?

You can technically triple check if you have a knight directly in the path of both your bishop and rook and their king. Move the knight into a check that reveals the other two checks.

## What happens if you check 3 times in chess?

Normal rules apply, but you can also win (or lose!) a game by checking (or getting checked) 3 times in total. Games can still end in the traditional ways of checkmate, stalemate and time-out. The game can also end if a player checks their opponent's king three times.

## Is it possible to triple check a king?

Note, in standard chess, the maximum number of pieces that can be checking a king at once is two. In certain chess problems involving fairy pieces, however, it may be possible to triple check or even quadruple check a king.

## What does triple check mean?

triple check (plural triple checks) An extra check or verification made a third time, usually with additional caution or attention.

## When should triple check be completed?

To ensure you receive the best outcomes from your Triple Check Process, it should be completed around the eighth day of the month following the month you are closing. For example, closing for the month of June should occur around July 8.

## Why do I double triple check everything?

People with OCD may feel the urge to check things repeatedly or perform routines for more than an hour each day as a way of achieving temporary relief from anxiety. If OCD symptoms are not treated, these behaviors can disrupt work, school, and personal relationships and can cause feelings of distress.

## Is it illegal to move king into check?

It is illegal to move your king into check, so for instance, you can't move your king next to the opponent's king. The goal of the game is to put the opposing king into checkmate, which means he is in check and cannot be saved by any of the ways of escaping check.

## Can a pawn put a king in check?

Yes, a pawn can checkmate the king, but it only happens rarely. The odds of a pawn checkmating the enemy king is like 1:1000. In simpler words, there's probably only one game in a thousand chess games where a pawn is checkmating the king.

## What is the 15 second rule in chess?

Now, it is undeniable that Hikaru's speed is difficult to match by any mortal, which is why, on the basis of my own experience as well as my observations, I propose the 15-second rule: In general, you should only spend 15 seconds or more on a particular move when you believe that a critical position has been reached.

## What is the 75 move rule in chess?

Seventy-five-move rule

9.6. 2 any series of at least 75 moves have been made by each player without the movement of any pawn and without any capture. If the last move resulted in checkmate, that shall take precedence.

## What are the 3 C's in chess?

But what I really want to give them is COMMUNITY, COMPETITION and CULTURE. These are three basic human needs: to belong, to compete, and to appreciate beauty. Chess can offer all three.

## Does ++ chess mean check?

the "++" means checkmate.

## What is the most consecutive checks in chess?

The known record for the longest sequence of consecutive checks (i.e. white checks, then black checks on the next move, white checks next, and so on) in a legal position without promoted pieces, is 37. See this article on Tim Krabbe's site entitled "Check!"

## What pieces are impossible to checkmate with?

King and rook versus king: The stronger side can checkmate, and while it may take more moves than with a queen, the technique is still quite simple. King and bishop versus king: The stronger side cannot checkmate. King and knight versus king: The stronger side cannot checkmate.

## What if I accidentally put my king in check?

If the king is in check and the checked player has no legal move to get out of check, the king is checkmated and the player loses. Under the standard rules of chess, a player may not make any move that places or leaves their king in check.

## Can a pawn take a rook?

The pawn may capture either the rook or the knight, but not the bishop, which blocks the pawn from moving directly forward.

## Can you accidentally put yourself in checkmate?

The official ruling is that you cannot make a move which places your King in check - period. It doesn't matter what the move would do for you, it is an illegal move.

## What is an illegal checkmate?

If the player has moved a pawn to the furthest distant rank, pressed the clock, but not replaced the pawn with a new piece, the move is illegal. The pawn shall be replaced by a queen of the same colour as the pawn.

## Do professional chess players say check?

Saying check is good sportsmanship, especially in a friendly game or club game. However, when you're playing in a tournament for money, most players don't say check because: A. It's not required by the rules B. Not saying check might lead to your opponent wasting valuable clock time by analyzing the wrong moves.

## Do OCD people check if their door is locked?

People with OCD have been known to repeatedly check locks to ensure that they are properly bolted. The person who checks knows that they have checked the lock, but feels it is important to check again just in case. The person may check locks on doors, they may check window latches, or car door locks.

## Is overthinking OCD or anxiety?

While both mental health conditions involve repetitive worrying, people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) often engage in unwanted and repetitive behavior in response to their worry. People with anxiety, however, tend to overthink their worry, but don't act in specific responsive manners.

## What is the opposite of OCD?

OCPD is a personality disorder. It looks and feels different than OCD. People with OCPD are strongly focused on—even obsessed with—a goal of perfection for themselves and others.