Chess Puzzles 67-68 for Kids

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          Chess Puzzle 67
chess puzzle 67 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
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          Chess Puzzle 68
chess puzzle 68 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
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      Solution to Puzzle 67
chess puzzle 67 for kids
1. d6#
This chess puzzle will help you learn a discovered attack and the discovered mate... The Black king is close to a corner, and he is surrounded and blocked by his own pieces on his shoulders and on h7. The dark White bishop is attacking g7. The king stays on g8 and can move on f7... And now pay attention to the position of the light White bishop on c4. The bishop is on the same line as the Black king but "closed" by the friendly pawn on d5... To mate in one, the White pawn on d5 moves on d6 to "clear" d5 and deliver discovered attack and discovered mate. Learn it to understand what the discovered attack is in chess.
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      Solution to Puzzle 68
chess puzzle 68 for kids
1. Rg7#
This chess puzzle represents a typical position and typical mate delivered by a rook which is supported by a friendly bishop. Let see... The Black king is on h7, surrounded and blocked by his own pieces along the h-file. Also, the Black king cannot move because the "free" squares around him on g6, g7 and g8 are attacked by the White rook on g1. Important remark - the White bishop is covering g7... To mate in one, the White rook on g1 moves on g7 to deliver a typical rook mate under the support of a friendly bishop. Rook-bishop mate just to remember...


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