Chess Puzzles 63-64 for Kids

Learn how to deliver mate, win material and conduct chess combinations.
Improve your chess | Chess Puzzles 63-64 for Kidschess puzzles home page for kids icon The Chess Puzzles Kids Home Page

          Chess Puzzle 63
chess puzzle 63 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
For solution, click the button below:
puzzle answer
To see the 1st correct move:
Hover the mouse over the puzzle or
touch the puzzle picture for mobile.

Chess Puzzle 64 (next one) is below



          Chess Puzzle 64
chess puzzle 64 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
For solution, click the button below:
puzzle answer
To see the 1st correct move:
Hover the mouse over the puzzle or
touch the puzzle picture for mobile.







 Puzzle solutions below text





      Solution to Puzzle 63
chess puzzle 63 for kids
1. Nxa6#
This is a typical position in which the knight may mate the opponent's king with the assistance of a friendly bishop. The Black king is located close to the corner being partly blocked by his pieces. The squares b7 and a8 are under the attack of the White bishop, and the Black pawn on a6 is undefended. The White knight mates the Black king by taking the pawn on a6.
Back to top




      Solution to Puzzle 64
chess puzzle 64 for kids
1. Nxf7#
This is another typical position for the knight mate. In this position, the Black king is at the corner, blocked around by his pieces except g7. Is g7 safe for the Black king? No. The square g7 is being under attack of a White pawn, and the pawn on f7 is undefended. The White knight mates the Black king by taking the Black pawn on f7.


See other chess puzzles for kids:

Online Chess Puzzles for Kids 1-90




chess puzzles 63-64 for kids

See answers for your chess questions:

How to Read Chess Notation?





Back to top

Home Page

www.chesselo.com Chess Puzzles 63-64 for Kids