Houseguests all pick a tile to start on and flip it over. They must then take one step in any direction and flip over the tile. That tile is out of play and houseguests cannot step on that tile ever again. Houseguests continue until they can no longer take a step in any direction. When that occurs, the houseguest is out of the competition.
This process continues until one person is left standing. That person wins the competition.
The competition reappeared on Big Brother 6. Houseguest James Rhine won the competition, winning his second PoV of the season via HoH Kaysar Ridha's plan. James' win led to an iconic moment in Big Brother history, when Kaysar informed nominee, and eventual season winner, Maggie Ausburn that James winning didn't seal her fate, but rather her partner's fate.
List of Knight Moves Competitions
|Season||Week||Competition Variant||Name Variant||Winner|
|3||4||Power of Veto||"Turnover"|| |
|6||3||"Knight Moves"|| |
|16||4||Battle of the Block|| || |
|22||11||Head of Household|| |
- Amber Borzotra is the only winner of this competition to not make the jury.
- Big Brother 16 was the first time this competition wasn't used as a POV competition.
- It would be followed by Big Brother 22 (US).