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          Chess Puzzle 111
chess puzzle 111 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
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          Chess Puzzle 112
chess puzzle 112 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
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      Solution to Puzzle 111
chess puzzle 111 for kids
1. Nce4#
In the above position, the Black king is blocked by his friendly pieces on e5, e7, f7, g6, f5. At the same time, the Black king may not move because e6 and g7 are being attacked by the White knight and queen... However, the king is staying on the safe f6-square and the White knight on g5 is undefended... To mate in 1, the left White knight (from c-file) moves on e4... By moving the left knight, White has defended the knight on g5 attacking the Black king. The Black f5-pawn is being pinned and is not allowed to capture the mating knight on e4.
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      Solution to Puzzle 112
chess puzzle 112 for kids
1. Nh6#
In the above position, the Black king has very small room for maneuvers and is blocked by his own queen, rook, and 2 pawns on f7, f8, h7, h8. At the same time, the Black king may not move on g7 because g7 is being attacked by 2 White knights... To mate in 1, the left White knight moves on h6 to deliver the final attack.
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