Super rare triple check, quadruple fork! – 4 player chess

I’m back after an unofficial hiatus! The Christmas season was busy, and spending time with family over the new years kept life bustling, but I’m back now.

This game contains my greatest move in the entirety of my chess playing history, and the game itself was fantastic. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

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13 Comments

  1. There is so little content on 4-lplayer chess these days. I'm so glad I found your video, especially one as good as this one!

  2. how come the promoted queens look different when you play than when i play?

  3. i love these videos but i would love a chaturaji variant
    chaturaji is my favorite variant and honestly the only version of chess im good at

  4. This video was uploaded at 4:45 am where I live, do you live in like Canada or the U.S.?

  5. 10:20 you blundered a queen to yellow, luckily they didn’t notice, great game!

  6. I don't think en passant is a thing on this variant, never experienced it anyway.

    Blue was fearlessly reckless with pawn attacks.
    A sad thing that green wad out early.

    Great video, thanks for the effort in making this vid.

  7. the nice thing about small channels like this is that the people subbed are really dedicated to the channel

    i one of those people, S tier content from someone at a normal skill level

  8. I think that auto-claim activates in case the player in second place is checkmated and the one in third is still alive to make the ranking stay the same, otherwise, the player in third could end up in second if he ate all the pieces of the first and then checkmated him, and the player currently in second couldn't do nothing. Also, 2 players could agree beforehand to do this so that they would always be first and second.

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