Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chess game:

2 syllables:
death came,
them came,
whence came,
press frame,
press named,
shell games,
this came,
thus came,
best time,
his fame,
his name,
this name,
death claim,
end came,
fresh claim,
net gain,
pair gain,
press cake,
chair frame,
check names,
death james,
fresh gale,
fresh names,
guess maybe,
head gate,
hell gate,
herein named,
lend name,
lent name,
met gaze,
press space,
press state,
pressure aimed,
self same,
share blame,
share names,
spare frame,
steps aimed,
them gave,
therein named,
west have,
where james,
where names,
wretch named,
his aim,
this aim,
this same,
next came,
press claimed,
press claims

3 syllables:
assess blame,
expressed shame,
complex games,
access time,
quiesce time,
ever came,
excess stain,
express lane,
letter came,
never came,
access space,
access state,
any name,
assess state,
brunette named,
effect aimed,
excess phase,
excess space,
excess weight,
express faith,
express mail,
hotel named,
janet frame,
object aimed,
possess faith,
possess weight,
possessed eight,
progress made,
project aimed,
success rate,
suppress slave,
their fame,
their name,
access gained,
assess claims,
defense claim,
escape him,
excess grain,
expense claim,
lesser claim,
success gained,
access aisle,
access gates,
attend games,
complex frame,
complex names,
defense james,
excess glaze,
express grave

4 syllables:
dilemma games

Some other possibilities:

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