Chess Puzzles 43-44 for Kids | Mate in 1 | Queen-Bishop …

Chess Puzzle 43Mate in 1Please Make Your Move as White.For solution, click the button below:To see the 1st correct move:Hover the mouse over the puzzle ortouch the puzzle picture for mobile.Chess Puzzle 44 (next one) is below

Chess Puzzle 44Mate in 1Please Make Your Move as White.For solution, click the button below:To see the 1st correct move:Hover the mouse over the puzzle ortouch the puzzle picture for mobile.

Solution to Puzzle 431. Qe6#This chess puzzle shows a position in the opening phase of a game. In the opening, the position of the king must be defended. See and compare the position of the White king and that of Black. The White king is secured and the Black king exposed… The Black king moved ahead and is blocked by 3 his pieces behind him… The White queen moves on e6, which is defended by the White bishop, to mate in one. The mated king is not secured; he is ahead and blocked by his 3 pieces behind – the queen-bishop mate delivered.Back to top

Solution to Puzzle 441. Qh8#This chess puzzle shows a position in the endgame phase of a game with a fierce open fight. Have a look at the position around the Black king. The Black king is close to a corner; the f7-square (the key square in this position) is blocked by a friendly pawn… The White knight is attacking the corner square on h8. This is a typical position to engage the queen-knight mate. The White queen moves on h8, which is defended by the White knight, to mate in one.

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