Let's just see what happens .
Is he gonna take the night ?
Ok , Martin is smarter than I gave him credit for .
Let's play again .
Martin , since I lost in one move .
Hey , guys , the rules are simple .
If my knight makes it to the first rank without getting captured , I win .
If at any point during the game , Martin captures my night before it makes it to the first rank , then Martin wins .
Checkmate doesn't really matter , although it does end the game and I can no longer complete the challenge .
Good luck Martin .
Here we go .
I'm gonna play queen to E two and just to see what Martin does .
He's pushing the pawn over there .
I'm gonna just kind of stall for a little bit and see what Martin's strategy is going to be .
Let's move the king this way .
He's just slowly pushing the ponds , which is actually quite difficult at some point .
I'm hoping he has to , um , overextend .
We can almost take this , but it seems risky .
The pawn is cutting off E five and C five .
So we have to take the night and then night to E four .
The other night jumps in check , the king only has one move D five .
Now we introduce a new attacking piece .
The rook cannot be taken by the pawn which is pinned by the queen .
So we're forcing black again to take , he could have taken the pawn as well , but he takes the more valuable knight .
Now introduce again a new attacking weapon .
Rook A to E one check , sacrificing a pawn .
And now white hits him with C three pawn check .
The king has one move D three .
And now to end the game , we have rook to D five double check because there's a bishop there on age seven , double check check mate .
And if we notice whites given up two nights , a bishop , it's 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 points worth of material has only captured five points of material , but it's the black king that's checkmated .
So chess is clearly not just about capturing pieces .