Chess Tactical: Level 2 Challenges


It's White turn, what is the minimum number of moves White should make to guarantee he/she wins the game?

Assume that both players played optimally and that White moves up and Black moves down (pawn).

Designed by Fauzi Al Zahri.

It's White's turn. Assume Black plays optimally. What is the minimum number of moves to checkmate the black king?

In the following position, how can checkmate be given in 1 move?

If the bottom left corner is denoted by \( (1,1) \), what is the target square of the last move?

  • This game starts from the standard position, and we arrived at this position using the standard rules of chess.
  • You have to determine who is to play.

It's White's turn. Assuming optimal play, which piece should White move?

In this chessboard, considering that the knight cannot walk into the black squares, what is the minimum number of steps it needs to go from a1 to c7?


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