You will need
  • Chess;
  • - the opponent.
Try to play the white pieces at once. In traditional chess rules stipulated that the player with the white pieces needs to start the game, and if that player is you, you are more likely to put his opponent in checkmate. If you are forced to play black (at tournaments basically require players to flip a coin before the match, the prestige side), you still start the movement to victory. Although sometimes it happens that the enemy gets wise to your plan and will not implement it.
Go to your pawn from E-2 (fourth from the left; on the chessboard letters are used horizontally and numbers vertically) in a strategic position-i.e. two squares forward (E-4). If you're lucky, your opponent will counter your pawn by transferring the position to attack your pawn. Or he can leave the position to attacked you. Or he can cut down or give up his pawn. In any case, if he moves the pawn from F-7 to F-5, just put the checkmate.
Take your Queen and move it to open space on the diagonal F-3. If luck is on your side, the enemy reacts by moving another pawn into place to protect your Queen by attacking diagonally. If the pawn is going the other way on G-5, it is possible to fix checkmate, as soon as the opponent takes his hand away from the figure. In this case, the course will be considered valid in accordance with the rules of the tournament.
Move Queen forward on a diagonal into 3 cells, putting it on N-5. This position will be a real threat to the opponent's king. Since the beginning of the game the king is almost completely surrounded by other black chess pieces and can only move deeper in the direction of the Queen, in this case also fixed a checkmate. You won the fight!