Chess is an interesting brain game. Chess puzzles make this beautiful game more interesting. There are many different types of chess puzzles ranging from very easy chess puzzles to extremely challenging chess puzzles. However 2-move chess checkmate puzzles are medium-level puzzles loved by all.

Here's an example of a two-move checkmate puzzle where Black is to play:

 Crack the Code of Chess: Mate-in-Two Puzzle Example

1. .. Qf3+ 2. Kg1 Ne2#
In this position, Black plays Queen to f3 (1... Qfe+), delivering the check to the white king. White has only one legal move, King to g1 (2. Kg1), and then Black follows up with Knight to e3 (2... Ne2#), delivering checkmate as the white king has nowhere to escape and no pieces to block the attack.

Definition of "Mate in Two" Puzzles

In the 2-move chess checkmate puzzles, your challenge is to checkmate your opponent in exactly 2 moves. Your 1st move is the key move that will lead to the 2nd move checkmate.

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Challenge: 10 Two-Move Checkmate Puzzles

This article contains 10 challenging chess puzzles. Your challenge in these 2-move checkmate puzzles is to find the key 1st move that will finish the game in the next move.
Solutions to these chess puzzles are provided. Let's see if you crack the code and solve these chess puzzles!

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The answers to these "Mate-in-Two Chess Puzzles", can be viewed by clicking the answer button.