How to Play Chinese Chess : The Protector Technique in Chinese Chess

How to Play Chinese Chess : The Protector Technique in Chinese Chess


Hi my name is Billy and on behalf of expertvillage.com
today I’m going to be teaching you how to play Chinese chess we are located in China
Town. The next movement is very very common move for a chess player is what we protect
the queen or the king right away. So which is one protector another protector. So you
have a lot of protector in front of the king in order for the enemy to take so this is
always a good set up that you want to do. Is to keep the king behind as possible as
much as possible. If you leave your king open like this you basically you will loose the
game very very fast. So anytime you have a chance always move the protector up. It doesn’t
matter what side as long as many on top in front of the king or the queen. This would
help you relax the game a little bit longer it is settle keep it open like that.

6 thoughts on “How to Play Chinese Chess : The Protector Technique in Chinese Chess

  1. Hi,
    Thanks for the video. When you move the guard and elephant to the e-file to protect the king, do they have to be from the same side?
    Thanks,
    Mike
    ElephantChess

  2. @Crzynoob – The pieces are set up correctly, dude.
    @author – I just looked at a master game, and neither of them did this….

  3. @Crzynoob – The pieces are set up correctly, dude.
    @author – I just looked at a master game, and neither of them did this….but thanks for the English video anyway; maybe just a different strategy?

  4. you look like a con man, there is no easy straight forward way in chinese chess to beat your opponent. Its all about years of experience and logical calculations.

    I think you just learn chinese chess yesterday?

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