• What stores sell ouija boards?

    22 answers · 1 week ago
  • How to get better at chess?

    Best answer: To improve your skills at chess, there's pretty much 2 parts to read up & learn about. First are the OPENING MOVES. These are fairly common sequences to help you develop your side of the board to your advantage. The easiest ones to learn would be the King's & Queen's Gambits (in addition to... show more
    Best answer: To improve your skills at chess, there's pretty much 2 parts to read up & learn about.

    First are the OPENING MOVES. These are fairly common sequences to help you develop your side of the board to your advantage. The easiest ones to learn would be the King's & Queen's Gambits (in addition to the "accepted" & "declined" variants). The less common openers would be the Italian Game, Sicilian Defense, French Defense & Russian Defense.

    Knowing these opening sequences will help you start out with a better position for the middle game.



    The Second is learn the ENDGAME scenarios. These are various scenarios where you try to achieve checkmate with the various minimal amount of checkmate capable material (like King vs King + Queen, King + Rook, King + Pawn, King + 2 Knights, King + 2 Bishops, ect.). This way you know how to reach checkmate if you're winning OR how to AVOID checkmate (for as long as you can) if you're losing.


    This will improve your game from casual levels to more scholar levels. From here, you can start trying to think ahead so you can start anticipating your opponent's moves & responding to your advantage. HOWEVER, this is something that's harder to develop without many games under your belt.


    Hope this helps!
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Chess rules?

    Chess rules?

    to the left to check the black’s king can the black just kill your king with the room? Or does the white prince have to be put back in its original spot and look f
    to the left to check the black’s king can the black just kill your king with the room? Or does the white prince have to be put back in its original spot and look f
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Chess rules?

    So my friends ans I played chess right and something happened now I am sure what needs to be done but my friends insist that am wrong now if you take the white prince all the way to the left to check the black’s king can the black just kill your king with the room? Or does the white prince have to be put back in... show more
    So my friends ans I played chess right and something happened now I am sure what needs to be done but my friends insist that am wrong now if you take the white prince all the way to the left to check the black’s king can the black just kill your king with the room? Or does the white prince have to be put back in its original spot and look for another move?
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • What's going on in this position whites Queen is trapped yet white remains slightly better?
  • Why in this position does black have the advantage even without a castle?
  • What's more impressive, a League of Legends challenger player or a chess grandmaster?

    Best answer: A chess grandmaster. You have no idea what these people go through. It takes absolute dedication. (I mean apart from these annoying kids that make it there before they're 15). But for the vast majority, they have to grind like dogs for years and years to get there. With no guarantee it'll ever give them... show more
    Best answer: A chess grandmaster.

    You have no idea what these people go through. It takes absolute dedication.
    (I mean apart from these annoying kids that make it there before they're 15).

    But for the vast majority, they have to grind like dogs for years and years to get there.
    With no guarantee it'll ever give them anything.
    The ups and downs of competition are a reality everyone on the road to grandmaster must face. You have to beat so many people, it's just ridiculous.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Anyone know the name of a PC chess game where the pieces come to life when they move/attack?

    I think it was red vs blue colored pieces, and if you took the opponents piece you'd see them fight or more like smash
    I think it was red vs blue colored pieces, and if you took the opponents piece you'd see them fight or more like smash
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can you burn the Ouija board?

    Best answer: Yes, it burns like any other cardboard does.
    Best answer: Yes, it burns like any other cardboard does.
    10 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Are ouija board real?what happened if you burn the board?

    Best answer: then youyou anger the sprits and become enternally cursed for you family and your ten genreations to come! DONT DO IT!
    Best answer: then youyou anger the sprits and become enternally cursed for you family and your ten genreations to come! DONT DO IT!
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • What board game is this?

    A few months ago, I went to a board game party, and one of the games I played was really fun, but I can't remember the name of it. It took two hours to play, and you each turn you had to either make a sacrifice or something followed by a "heroic act". Also, there was one traitor in the group. You had... show more
    A few months ago, I went to a board game party, and one of the games I played was really fun, but I can't remember the name of it. It took two hours to play, and you each turn you had to either make a sacrifice or something followed by a "heroic act". Also, there was one traitor in the group. You had to figure out who it was. I remember home base was called Camelot (I think).
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • What means when the damage is written like this 4d7+3?

    Best answer: Assuming you're talking about tabletop games, a "d" is a dice type. It goes quantity, "dice", then number of sides on the dice. So in this case, its four "d7" (seven sided dice, which is weird because I've never seen one of them before) plus three (roll the dice, then add... show more
    Best answer: Assuming you're talking about tabletop games, a "d" is a dice type.
    It goes quantity, "dice", then number of sides on the dice.

    So in this case, its four "d7" (seven sided dice, which is weird because I've never seen one of them before) plus three (roll the dice, then add three to the result).
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • What is the board-game where you fit pieces onto a board called?

    So, I know it's a bit vague--but there's four colors, usaully, and you put a piece down, and continue to fit your other pieces onto the board adjacent to eachother until you have nowhere else to put your pieces. Then, at the end, the person last standing/with the most pieces on the board wins? It's... show more
    So, I know it's a bit vague--but there's four colors, usaully, and you put a piece down, and continue to fit your other pieces onto the board adjacent to eachother until you have nowhere else to put your pieces. Then, at the end, the person last standing/with the most pieces on the board wins? It's killing me because I don't know; I used to play it all the time when I was younger.
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Can you win big money joining your local chess tournaments and coming out in first place ?

    Best answer: While it varies based on the local chess clubs & public knowledge of the tournaments, you typically won't win "Big Money" by placing high (like Top 3) since the prize pool will typically be scaled to the number of participants in the tournament. You will likely have to pay dues to the local chess... show more
    Best answer: While it varies based on the local chess clubs & public knowledge of the tournaments, you typically won't win "Big Money" by placing high (like Top 3) since the prize pool will typically be scaled to the number of participants in the tournament. You will likely have to pay dues to the local chess club (or a one-time non-member fee) in addition to the entry fee to participate in the tournament.

    Participating at a state or national tournament (which likely requires membership in the national chess federation for your country to participate) would have larger prize pools. International tournaments may have the largest prize pools, but would require membership into FIDE (the international chess federation) & typically a high skill level (generally within the master range, but most likely in the grandmaster range to reach the Top 3 or Top 10).
    5 answers · 2 months ago