Chess: Scholars Mate

The scholar’s mate in chess is also known as the four move checkmate. This checkmate is one of the most common ways to end a chess game and every chess player has come across this checkmate at least once in their lives during their games.What actually happens is that in this checkmate, the White opens by opening to 1.e2-e4, it then develops the bishop to none other than the C4 and all of that is done to attack the f-7 pawn and at last, it ends up developing the queen to h5.Wasn’t it easy? Well, it definitely was and if you want some more information on this step then yes, you should watch this video.

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