These classical moves are merely combinations of the basic techniques, but players have found them so useful that names were given to them. We will show certain End Games from time to time and have a step-by-step showing of how each technique might look like. Of course, the examples cannot be followed step by step; however, you will have a great advantage if you are familiar with the basic principles of these moves.
1. Attack the Heart
This method uses the rook to attack the palace and create a kill.
2. Strike from Afar
This method uses the rule that states the two kings cannot face each other to create the kill.
3. Double Cannon
Two cannons lined up toward the King create a kill automatically.
4. Overflowing the Palace
This method holds the King in the same position with pieces so another can go for the kill
5. Trident of Pawns
Use pawns as the first wave of attack in the final showdown.
6. Knight leading a Cannon
Using the knight as the launch pad and also restricting the movement at flanks to create a kill.
7. Locking the Lines
Using a cannon on top and a rook at the bottom to lock horizontal and vertical lines to create a kill.
8. Sacrificed Rook
Sacrificing a rook to disrupt the defense of the palace to create a kill.
9. Knight with High Vantage
Placing a Knight at the side of the top palace line creates a trap that can lead to a kill.
10.Knight on the Flank
Placing a Knight at the side of the middle palace line creates a trap that can lead to a kill.
11.Grasp victory at last chance
Using a cannon and rook against a cannon at the final showdown to win.
12.Rook cooperates with Knight
Using the combined firepower of rook and knight to attack and create a kill.