Chess Puzzles 79-80 for Kids

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          Chess Puzzle 79
chess puzzle 79 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
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Chess Puzzle 80 (next one) is below



          Chess Puzzle 80
chess puzzle 80 for kids
              Mate in 1
Please Make Your Move as White.
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      Solution to Puzzle 79
chess puzzle 79 for kids
1. Rxa7#
How to mate in one the Black king in the above position? To mate in one, the White rook moves on a7 with capturing the pawn. Let's see the the final mating position: The White b6-pawn defends its rook on a7. The rook from a7 attacks the king on a8 and b7... By moving on a7, the White rook clears c7 with bishop discovered attack on b8. This is a typical checkmate pattern in which a bishop usually moves for discovered attack just one move before the mating attack.
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      Solution to Puzzle 80
chess puzzle 80 for kids
1. Qd8#
This is the second checkmate pattern in which the final mating attack is delivered by the queen. Let's see: The Black king is standing on a back rank square blocked by his own pawns. The specific feature of such pre-mating positions is the following one. The White bishop (or any other friendly piece) blocks the line between the Black king and his rook on f8... To mate in one, the White queen just moves on d8.


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