Chess Puzzles 29-30 for Kids

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          Chess Puzzle 29
chess puzzle 29 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
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Chess Puzzle 30 (next one) is below



          Chess Puzzle 30
chess puzzle 30 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
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      Solution to Puzzle 29
chess puzzle 29 for kids
1. Qd4#
This typical position is important to learn and remember the checkmate pattern which can be met often in real chess games. Please have a look at... The Black king is blocked by 2 friendly pieces behind him, and the d4 square is protected by the White king... The White queen just moves on the protected d4 to mate in one. Pay attention that the White queen attacks all squares around the mated king except f3, f5 that are occupied by 2 Black pieces behind the king.
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      Solution to Puzzle 30
chess puzzle 30 for kids
1. Rxg6#
This is the second important position to learn and remember the checkmate pattern to mate at delivering the discovered check. This checkmate is usually engaged by the bishop and rook when the latter steps aside opening the discovered check given by the bishop... The White rook captures the Black pawn on g6 and opens the discovered check given by the bishop. One move and mate in one - we have the discovered check and checkmate at the same time.


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