Tricky Chess Puzzle: White Checkmates in Two

Here’s a tricky chess puzzle. White can easily checkmate in three, but can you push the envelope a bit and help White checkmate in two. Read more…

Tricky Chess Study: White Checkmates in Two

Here’s a tricky chess problem – White to play and checkmate in two. Read more…

Quick Chess Win: White Plays

A simple chess position which has White fighting a piece down. However, White has a forced win. Can you see it? Read more…

Too Easy Chess Puzzle: White Checkmates in Two

White checkmates in two in this too easy chess puzzle. Have an easy-chess Sunday! Read more…

Queen Chess Study: White Checkmates in Two

This is a simple chess study by Dr W Speckmann. Can you help White checkmate in two? Read more…

Easy Chess Time: White to Checkmate in Two

Here’s a simple checkmate in two for White. Do you remember your checkmating patterns? Solving tactical puzzles on a daily basis is the easiest way to improve your chess. Chess King readers are welcome to send in their favorite chess puzzles. Read more…

Quick Chess Puzzle: White Checkmates in Two

No time for coffee, but got a few minutes for a chess puzzle? How did White checkmate in two? Read more…

Quick Checkmate in Two Chess Puzzle: White Plays

Here’s a smart three-minute checkmate in two for you. White plays. Can you solve it? Read more…

Henry William Barry Chess Study 1901 – White Checkmates in Two

This remarkable chess study is by Henry William Barry who was a violin teacher of Irish descent. He was also the chess study/problem editor of the “American Chess Bulletin” for 25 years. In this study, White to play and checkmate in two! Read more…

Quick ‘n Easy Chess Puzzle: White Checkmates in Two

One of the easiest and best ways to improve your chess is to solve small tactical puzzles like checkmates in two. Here’s a simple motif – White to play and checkmate in two. Read more…

Super-Calculation Chess Puzzle: White Checkmates in Two

A difficult study, but easy if you catch the magic patterns! Read more…

Harley Chess Study, 1926: White Checkmates in Two

For once, White is not bothered about development as White can play and checkmate in two in this chess study created by B Harley for the Observer, 1926. Can you help White? Read more…

White-Win Chess Puzzle: Checkmate in Two

An easy checkmate in two for a chess weekend – How does White checkmate in two moves? You can solve that in under a minute, right? Read more…

Soft-Kill Chess Study by Baird: White Checkmates in Two

This is a super chess study dating back to 1902 and credited to WJ Baird – a foremost woman chess composer! Read more about her in this Chess Blog post. In the position, White to play and checkmate in two. This will take a little time, so sit back and think! Read more…

Easy Chess Study: White Checkmates in Two!

LEVEL: Easy CATEGORY: Problem White plays and mates in two moves. Chess Problem published in Musical World, 1860. Read more…

Easy Checkmate in two for White: Laurent Fressinet vs Gerald Murcia 1-0

Here is a cool position from the game Laurent Fressinet vs Gerald Murcia, Calvia, 2013. White checkmates in two. Read more…

Smart Chess Puzzle: White Checkmates in Two

White checkmates in two

Want to confuse your computer with a chess problem? Try this checkmate in two! The video is brought to you via our super database of chess video podcasts at www.chesskillertips.com. Mate in 2 Chess Problem — presented by guest star GM Almira Skripchenko. Read more…

Less-than-60 Seconds Checkmate in Two: White Plays

Can you solve this in less than 60 seconds? White to play and checkmate in two! Read more…

Quick Chess Puzzle: White Checkmates in Two

White plays and checkmates in two. The chess puzzle is not difficult if you can see that the King is cornered and the Rook has lot of hard work to do protecting file, ranks and pawn. Enjoy solving. Read more…

Keen-Eye Chess Puzzle: White Checkmates in Two

Here’s a nice chess puzzle sent to us by Chess King reader Alexis Cochran from New Zealand. White has to play and checkmate in two. Actually, there are two ways to manage this. Can you find both the ways? Read more…