How can a pawn or two or three win a entire chess game on it's own?
I am playing as white pawns on the chessboard against my opponent. I tried moving to the end of the other and trading it for a strong piece. The opponent took my queen out with his bishop. This is a challenge I am willing to take on without moving any other pieces, and it can be easy eliminated.
What are a few tips I can use to defend my pawns from getting eliminated by strong pieces?
- I tried using some of my pawns to defend one pawn, but the knights and the rooks take advantage over them. (#Attempt 1)
- I put 2 pawns in front of the regular pawn by match, but the rook slid under, camping the low one. Because it is on the 4 row and all my other pawns can capture it. (#Attempt 2)
- I tried using 5-7 pawns, but I couldn't because the opponent needs it's turn. (#Attempt 3)
What I expect in the answer
I need tips on what I can do with some pawns that can get me a victory, and I need advantage:
- Advantage Tips
- Number of recommended pawns
- Rare Strategies
If possible, list a few defense tips.
P.S.: I play on the internet.