Chess Puzzles 25-26 for Kids

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          Chess Puzzle 25
chess puzzle 25 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
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Chess Puzzle 26 (next one) is below



          Chess Puzzle 26
chess puzzle 26 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
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      Solution to Puzzle 25
chess puzzle 25 for kids
1. Bh7#
Please have a look at the above position. The Black king is blocked on f4 and g4. The White f4-pawn attacks e5 and g5, and the White king e6 and f6. You see that the Black king stays on f5 and can move on e4 and g6 - he can move by diagonal... Which White piece moves by diagonal? It is the bishop. The White bishop moves on h7 to mate. These types of positions, when the queen or bishop mates by diagonal in one move, are often missed...
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      Solution to Puzzle 26
chess puzzle 26 for kids
1. Rf8#
This is a typical position and checkmate pattern when the rook is to mate under the support of its friendly knight... The Black king is inside the triangle composed by his friendly pawns on e7, f6, g7. The White f5-pawn attacks g6 and supports its knight on e6. The back rank squares e8, f8, g8 are attacked by the White rook. The Black king has nowhere to move and the final mating move is needed... The White rook moves on f8, which is supported by the knight, to mate in one.


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