Riddle #321

Question: A man challenges the greatest chess player in the world to two games of chess. He guarantees that he will win or tie at least one of the games for sure. To be even more cocky, the man says he will play both games at the same time.

How does he guarantee he wins or ties at least one game?

Riddle Discussion

By: chavalid on 9/7/14

That answer is wrong. You are assuming that copying the chessmaster moves, he is going to copy your moves, he can reply with a different move on the second one and you will be blindly following the moves in which case you will lose both games.

By: mtx33q on 10/10/14

+1

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