2017 SUMMER CHESS CAMPS FOR KIDS

                   
        2017 SUMMER CHESS CAMPS FOR KIDS                (In West Vancouver)

                Chess Is The Game Of Kings And The King Of Games !                   

Come join National Chess Master Luc Poitras for an unique friendly                    
group chess experience. Luc originally from Montreal has been involved                    
with chess for over 20 years. Luc has developed a teaching technic                    
blending old traditional teaching style with new technology to help the                    
young students to stay alert, interested and motivated.                   

The program is offer to any kids from age 7 and up.  

The Cost is $135 per Camp.
For each camp, 2 to 4 certified chess instructors on site.
Camps are :

July 17-21 (Full)    (1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.) -
 August 14-18 (9am to noon) (1 space available)  

at 851 West Queens Ave Road North Vanc. (Delbrook centre)

To register or for some info please  email me: chessinschool@yahoo.com or don`t hesitate to call me, I will be happy to answer any questions. (Luc) 778.846.0496  


Information needed when sending the registration by email:
Name of the child (male or female/email/phone number
Birthday and age
Phone number for emergency
Indicate the camp you wish to register the child:

Each camp provide between 2 to 4 certified chess instructors on site.


Please mention with the email any extra informations such allergies,medical or others

Payment can be done by sending a cheque payable to "West Coast Junior Chess".
Email me for more information.


West Vancouver Summer Chess Camp
Luc Poitras

Full reimbursement for any cancellation after the payment done if cancel 8 days prior of the starting day otherwise a charge of 40% fee will apply.





Provincial Elementary School Team Chess Ch. 2017 (Results)



Provincial Elementary School Team Chess Ch. 2017 (Results)



St.George's facing Malborough at round 3
SECTION A
1st St.George`s 17.5 points (Champion for a 7th time)
2nd Malborough 16 points
3rd Suncrest 12.5 points



4th Summit 12.0 5th Erma Stephensen 11.5 6th Ridgeview and Whiteside 9.5 8th York House and Vancouver Christian 8.5 10th Taylor Park 8.0  11th Panorama Height 7 points 12th John Knox 6.0 13th Walton and Pinetree Way 5.0



SECTION B
1st Malborough 15 points
2nd St.George`s B 14.5 
3rd Summit 9.0 4th St.George`s C 8.5 5th Panorama Height 5.0

North Shore Junior Chess Club

Chess Junior Club at the West Vanc. Rec. Centre on Tuesday

Info chessinschool@yahoo.com (Luc Poitras National Chess Monster, I mean Master) 778.846.0496
                             
                               
Spring schedule 2017
Chess on Tuesday in  W.V. 
Starting Tuesday March 28th at the West Vanc. Rec centre on Marine and 22nd, Chess for Kids (G2 and up) 6:20pm to 7:30pm for 9 Tuesdays.  Fee $65 -  or $10 drop-in.
We meet on the main floor in the Youth Lounge. (Last meeting: May 23rd)

What to expect from the chess club ? The chess club gives an opportunity to kids to play chess against other kids under the supervition from one or two instructors. Group lessons are given through an electronic screen. Beginner and more advanced players get lessons according to their level of understanding. Puzzles are weekly given to each student tailor on their skill.

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Congratulation to Alex, a member of the WV Chess Club finishing 2nd at the Vancouver Regional on Sunday Jan. 15 2017






Hello, myself (Luc) and my chess associates are ready for an other exciting chess season (2016-17). Hopefully you will join my chess club. Fun guaranteed but I can`t guaranteed the checkmates.


North Shore Chess Championship 2017

Here the results of this exciting chess tournament on Friday March 31 at Ridgeview school for elementary kids.

Section A (Grade5/6/7) 16 players

1st Edward Jeong (Canyon Height)
2nd Justin Jin (Ridgeview)
3rd Oliver Kiff (Dorothy Lynas)
Tied 4th Seena Nemati (Ridgeview), Nikita Kurtynin (Gleneagles), Kaz Jordan (PJ), Aidan Guo (Chartwell)


Section B (Grade 4)  14 players

1st Tom Dai (Chartwell)
2nd Jerry Song (West Bay)
3rd Ewan Mick (Capilano)
4thJason Song (West Bay)
Tied 5th Miles Hu (Ridgeview), Jaydan Guan (Chartwell)

Section C (Primary)  22 players

1st Alexandre Jin (Ridgeview )
2nd James Zheng (Westcot)
3rd Benjamin Navarette (West Bay)
Tied 4th Anthony Whitting (Westcot), Alan Chen (Cove)
Tied 5th Julian Dillon, Cole Dirassar, Hudson Butterworth (Cypress), Steven Su (Highland), Arman Nabi (Collingwood)


Best schools

1st Ridgeview (Champion for a 3rd year)
2nd West Bay
3rd Chartwell
4th Cypress and Westcot


All-Girls Chess Tournament 8th Edition at York House 2017




Here the winners of the All-Girls York House Junior Chess Tournament 2017

Section Grade 5/6 1st Emma 2nd Joyce 3rd Leanne
Section Grade 3/4: 1st Veronica, 2nd Gillian 3rd Krista
Section grade 2: 1st Sophie 2nd Alina 3rd Michelle
Section Grade 1: 1st Sunny 2nd Kyla











Donald Trump is about to CHECKMATE all chess players



BREAKING NEWS

DONALD TRUMP is PLANNING to BAN CHESS IN the UNITED STATES and soon all over North America !

On Tweeter, Donald tweets as Chess is originally from the Middle East, it should not had ever be imported in North America. Chess is a representation of war which encourage terrorists all over the world. If the world is so corrupted, you can put blame on this EVIL game.

First offence to be caught playing chess: One week in jail with recording of speech by Donald Trump all day.


10th Annual St.George's Junior Chess 2016 (results)




Standings. 10th Annual: Grade6-7
# Name                                                                Tot
1 Aiden Zhou                 W8 W2 W6 W4 W5       5.0
2 Nathan Boesmra W16 L1 W13 W7 W4 4.0
3 Matt He           L4 W14 W12 W9 W8               4.0
4 Thidas Loku W3 W7 W5 L1 L2                       3.0
5 Jordan Liu W10 W11 L4 W6 L1                        3.0
6 Austin Lee W9 W12 L1 L5 W14                       3.0
7 Joyce Chan W14 L4 W8 L2 W13                       3.0
8 Gilbert Gu L1 W10 L7 W12 L3                          2.0
9 Keyon Kaboly L6 L13 W14 L3 W12                 2.0
10 Jasper He L5 L8 B--- B--- U---                        2.0
11 Lucas Stolba W15 L5 H--- U--- U---              1.5
12 William Pryer W13 L6 L3 L8 L9                   1.0
13 Coco Kesselman L12 W9 L2 L14 L7 1.0
14 Matthew Lee L7 L3 L9 W13 L6                   1.0


Standings. 10th Annual: Grade5
# Name Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot
1 Borna Amjadi W6 W9 W8 W3 W4 5.0
2 Will Wu L9 W7 W10 W8 W5 4.0
3 Daniel Tong W7 D4 W9 L1 W8 3.5
4 Edward Jeong W11 D3 D5 W6 L1 3.0
5 Oliver Kiff H--- W12 D4 W11 L2 3.0
6 Kiran Sun L1 W11 W13 L4 W9 3.0
7 Seena Nemati L3 L2 W12 W13 W15 3.0
8 Justin Jin W13 W10 L1 L2 L3 2.0
9 Calvin Boersma W2 L1 L3 W10 L6 2.0
10 Jamie Gotts W15 L8 L2 L9 W13 2.0
11 John Leung L4 L6 W15 L5 W12 2.0
12 George Sun H--- L5 L7 W15 L11 1.5
13 Kaden Li L8 W15 L6 L7 L10 1.0
15 Kelvin Chan L10 L13 L11 L12 L7 0.0


Standings. 10th Annual: Grade4
# Name Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot
1 Stanley Wu W8 W12 W2 W4 W5 5.0
2 Veronica Guo W3 W11 L1 W10 W4 4.0
3 Tom Dai L2 D16 W14 W15 W7 3.5
4 Ian Qiu W13 W5 W6 L1 L2 3.0
5 Jerry Song W15 L4 W8 W6 L1 3.0
6 Kevin Lee W7 W10 L4 L5 W16 3.0
7 Jayden Guan L6 W14 W16 W11 L3 3.0
8 Noah Law L1 W9 L5 W13 W10 3.0
9 Jason Song L11 L8 W15 W12 W13 3.0
10 Zainab Ansari W14 L6 W12 L2 L8 2.0
11 Ewan Mick W9 L2 W13 L7 L15 2.0
12 Caleb Quon W16 L1 L10 L9 W14 2.0
13 Jacob Dhrolias L4 W15 L11 L8 L9 1.0
14 Henry Elgie L10 L7 L3 W16 L12 1.0
15 Austin Liu L5 L13 L9 L3 W11 1.0
16 Miles Hu L12 D3 L7 L14 L6 0.5


Standings. 10th Annual: Grade3
# Name Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot
1 Vincent Guo W14 W3 W2 W4 W5 5.0
2 Eric Jiang W13 W10 L1 W6 W4 4.0
3 Andrew Chen W6 L1 W7 D5 W11 3.5
4 Jason Chen W11 W7 W5 L1 L2 3.0
5 Simon Wang W8 W11 L4 D3 L1 2.5
6 James Zheng L3 W14 W10 L2 D7 2.5
7 Edison Harm W9 L4 L3 W12 D6 2.5
8 Eric Liu L5 D9 W12 L11 W10 2.5
9 Gianna Lee L7 D8 L11 W14 W13 2.5
10 Donovan Wong W12 L2 L6 W13 L8 2.0
11 Henry Mao L4 L5 W9 W8 L3 2.0
12 Henry Sarabun L10 W13 L8 L7 W14 2.0
13 Jakob Peng L2 L12 W14 L10 L9 1.0
14 Sean Petit L1 L6 L13 L9 L12 0.0


Standings. 10th Annual: Grade2
# Name Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot
1 Drake Chen W9 W15 W10 W2 W3 5.0
2 Alexandre Jin W7 W4 W5 L1 W12 4.0
3 Brian Shao W11 D10 W8 W7 L1 3.5
4 Jacky Tang W13 L2 W9 W6 D5 3.5
5 Ethan Lam W16 W6 L2 D10 D4 3.0
6 Jason Pak W18 L5 W15 L4 W16 3.0
7 Osborn Song L2 W13 W11 L3 W10 3.0
8 Asher Rentz D15 W18 L3 D11 D9 2.5
9 Alina Yuan L1 W12 L4 W16 D8 2.5
10 Bradley Li W12 D3 L1 D5 L7 2.0
11 Willem Urban L3 W16 L7 D8 D13 2.0
12 Joshua Ong L10 L9 W13 W15 L2 2.0
13 Michael Zhao L4 L7 L12 W18 D11 1.5
15 Zayd Abrahams D8 L1 L6 L12 D18 1.0
16 Markus Kusumoto L5 L11 W18 L9 L6 1.0
18 Taran Dhaliwal L6 L8 L16 L13 D15 0.5

Provincial Elementary School Team Chess Ch. 2016 (Results)

                 Section A

1. Malborough (Burnaby) 16 points
2. St.George`s (Vancouver) 15 points
3. Herbert Spencer (New Westminster) 13.5 points
4. Vanc. Christian (Vancouver) 12 points
5. York House (Vancouver) 11 points
6. Taylor Park (Burnaby) 10.5 points




                         The new winning team champion: Marlborough from Burnaby.


7-8 Erma Stephenson and Southridge (Surrey) 9.5 points
9. Walton (Coquitlam) 9 points
10. Chartwell (West Van) 8.5 points
11. NVHS (North Van) 6.5 points
12. Westcot (West Van) 5 points
13. Crofton House (Vancouver) 4 points


                                   Section B
1.  St.George`s C 17.5 points
2. St.George`s B 13.5 points
3 Ridgeview (West Van) B 11 points
4-5. Walton and Van Christian 9.5 points
6. Brooksbank (North Van) 7 points
7. Brentwood (Burnaby) 5.5 points
8. Southridge 5 points

DOES PLAYING CHESS MAKE YOU SMARTER ?


DOES PLAYING CHESS MAKE YOU SMARTER?
Chess Champions Feb 2014.jpg

Studies in cognitive neuroscience indicate that the game of chess has a number of cognitive benefits in children.  An exercise of infinite possibilities for the mind, chess develops mental abilities used throughout life.  Some cognitive benefits of the game of chess include:
Chess boosts brain power in kids
Chess has shown to enhance the analytical, critical thinking, and visualization skills of students in elementary through high school….and did you know that the skills of students in the third grade were particularly impacted?  This is attributed to the rapid development of children in these age groups.
Chess improves IQ
One study revealed that children who took chess classes for 4 ½ months increased their IQ points.  Researchers attributed this to the concentration and logical thinking called for in the game.

Chess enhances arithmetic skills
Chess play has also been linked to the improvement of a child’s mathematical skills. These results have been attributed to the influence of chess on perceptual ability, which is a child’s capacity to deal and provide meaning to sensory stimulus.  As well, other studies reveal that objective reasoning, or the ability to think a few steps ahead, as the major reason why chess players demonstrate proficiency in math.
Chess hones verbal skills
So how does chess enhance verbal skills, despite the absence of words or verbal communication in the game?  One researcher believed that chess improves verbal skills since it utilizes all the abilities of an individual, or faculties of the mind (mathematical and administrative-directional tasks) whenever the game is played. Interesting result!
Chess sharpens critical thinking skills
It is not surprising that studies indicated enhancement of a child’s  critical thinking and good judgment skills with the playing of chess.
AND…..
Chess boosts emotional intelligence and psycho-social skills
Intelligence is not merely measured by IQ points; emotional intelligence plays a big role as well.  Emotional Intelligence, or EI, is defined as the person’s ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions. Regardless of race and socioeconomic status, chess has been shown to improve EI as well as psycho-social skills.
Chess works because it is self-motivating.  The game has fascinated humans for almost 2000 years, and through the goals of attach and defense culminating in checkmate, the game calls for mental acuity and perceptiveness among many other skills. 
Congratulations to our Ridgeview Chess Team for their recent second place finish at the North Shore Regional Tournament. Ridgeview teammates include:  grade 6 students Jeremy, Noel, May, Philip, and Naomi and grade 4 student Brendan.  Congratulations to all!

Queen Capture

Answers for Queen Capture:
Level Beginner
1) Qxc8 (Queen captures rook on square c8)          2) Qxf3 (Queen captures knight on square f3)
3) Qxg4 (Queen captures pawn on g4)                    4) Qxg4 (Queen captures bishop on g4)
Queen Capture: Level Beginner (b)
1) Qxd7 (Queen captures queen on square d7)        2) Qxe8 (Queen captures rook on square e8)
3) Qxa4 (Queen captures bishop on square a4)        4) Qxd8 (Queen captures rook on square e8)
5) Qxa4 (Queen captures queen on square a4)         6) Qxb3 (Queen captures knight on square b3)
7) Qxb8+ (Queen captures rook check on b8)         8) Qxa7 (Queen captures pawn on aquare a7)
Queen Capture: Level Beginner (c)
1) Qxh5 (Queen captures pawn on square h5)           2) Qxa6  (Queen captures queen on square a6)
3) Qxb2 (Queen captures bishop on square b2)         4) Qxh5 (Queen captures knight on square h5)
5) Qxg6 (Queen captures queen on square g6)           6) Qxa8 (Queen captures rook on square a8)
7) Qxh6 (Queen captures queen on square h6)           8) Qxb7 (Queen captures pawn on square b7)
Queen Capture: Level Beginner (d)
1) Qxc3 (Queen captures knight on square c3)         2) Qxf7+ (Queen captures knight f7 check)
3) Qxd6 (Queen captures pawn on square d6)          4) Qxh6+ (Queen captures pawn h6 check)
5) Qxc8+ (Queen captures rook c8 check)               6) Qxa7 (Queen captures queen on square a7)
7) Qxa7 (Queen captures pawn on square a7)           8) Qxh4 (Queen captures knight on square h4)
Queen Capture: Level Intermediate
1) Qxb7+ (Queen captures pawn b7 check)               2) Qxa3 (Queen captures bishop on square a3)
3) Qxe2 (Queen captures queen on square e2)            4) Qxe4+ (Queen captures knight e4 check)
5) Qaxg7# (Queen from a7 checkmate on g7)             6) Qxe4 (Queen captures knight e4)
7) Qxf5+ (Queen captures pawn f5 check)
Queen Capture: Level Intermediate (b)
1) Qxe6+ (Queen captures bishop e6 check)                2) Qxa5+ (Queen captures queen a5 check)
3) Qxa1# (Queen captures bishop a1 checkmate)         4) Qxe7# (Queen captures pawn e7 checkmate)
5) Qxe7+ (Queen captures pawn e7 check)                  6) Qxa5 (Queen captures knight on square a5)
7) Qxh8# (Queen captures bishop h8 checkmate)
Queen Capture: Level Advanced
1) Qxd4 (Queen capture pawn on square d4)              2) Qxb8+ (Queen captures bishop b8 check)
3) Qxc5 (Queen captures knight on square c5)            4) Qxc3 (Queen captures bishop on square c3)
5) Qxg7# (Queen captures bishop g7 checkmate)        6) Qxh5 (Queen captures rook on square h5)
7) Qxg6+ (Queen captures pawn g6 check)

Pawn Capture

Answers for Pawn capture:
Level Beginner:
1. hxg5 (Pawn from h captures knight on square g5)  2. cxb6 (Pawn from c captures queen on square b6)
3. fxe4 (Pawn from f captures rook on square e4)      4. bxc6 (Pawn from b captures bishop on c6)
Level Beginner (b):
1. cxb5 (Pawn captures bishop on square b5)            2. bxa6 (Pawn captures queen on square a6)
3. bxa7 (Pawn captures pawn on square a7)              4. gxf6 (Pawn captures knight on square f6)
5. exd5 (Pawn captures rook on square d5)               6. bxc6 (Pawn captures queen on c6)
7. bxa8 (Pawn captures rook on square a8)               8. cxb6 (Pawn captures rook on b6)
Level Beginner (c)
1. fxg4 (Pawn captures bishop on square g4)             2. bxc7 (Pawn captures queen on square c7)
3. axb5 (Pawn captures pawn on square b5)              4. gxh5 (Pawn captures queen on sqaure h5)
5. bxa8 (Pawn captures rook on square a8)               6. axb6 (Pawn captures pawn on square b6)
7. hxg7 (Pawn captures knight on square g7)              8. gxh5 (Pawn captures knight on square h5)
Level Intermediate (a)
1. bxa5 (Pawn captures queen on square a5)             2. hxg6 (Pawn captures pawn on square g6)
3. bxc8 (Pawn captures bishop on square c8)            4. exf6 (Pawn captures rook on square f6)
5. dxc5 (Pawn captures queen on square c5)             6. exd6 (Pawn captures bishop on square d6)
7. bxa8 (Pawn captures rook on square a8)               8. bxa5 (Pawn captures bishop on square a5)
Level Intermediate (b)
1. gxf6 (Pawn capture bishop on square f6)                2. fxg6 (Pawn captures rook on square g6)
3. hxg7 (Pawn captures rook on square g7)                4. dxc7 (Pawn capture queen on square c7)
5. b(or) dxc5+ (Pawn captures pawn on c5 check)      6. exf7+ (Pawn captures pawn on f7 check)
7. gxa4 (Pawn captures queen on a4)                          8. exf8+ (Pawn captures knight on f8 check)

Rook Capture

Answers for Rook Capture:
Level Beginner (a)
1. Rxb3 (Rook captures pawn on square b3)                  2. Rxb8+ (Rook captures queen b8 check)
3. Rxa1 (Rook captures bishop on square a1)                 4. Rxa5 (Rook captures pawn on square a5)
Level Beginner (b)
1. Rxa7 (Rook captures pawn on square a7)                   2. Rxg2 (Rook captures pawn on square g2)
3. Rxf7 (Rook captures queen on square f7)                    4. Rxd1 (Rook captures knight on square d1)
5. Rxh6+ (Rook captures queen h6 check)                      6. Rxe8+ (Rook captures rook e8 check)
7. Rxb6 (Rook captures pawn on square b6)                   8. Rxg6 (Rook captures pawn on square g6)
Level Beginner (c)
1. Rxc2 (Rook captures rook on square c2)                    2. Rxh6 (Rook captures queen on square h6)
3. Rxe7 (Rook captures rook on square e7)                    4. Rxg6 (Rook captures pawn on square g6)
5. Rxf4 (Rook captures pawn on square f4)                    6. Rxd6 (Rook captures pawn on square d6)
7. Rxh5 (Rook captures bishop on square h5)                 8. Rxb6 (Rook captures bishop on square b6)
Level Intermediate (a)
1. Rxa3 (Rook captures rook on square a3)                    2. Rxh4 (Rook captures queen on square h4)
3. Rxb2 (Rook captures pawn on square b2)                  4. Rxf4 (Rook captures pawn on square f4)
5. Rxb5 (Rook captures bishop on square b5)                 6. Rxg6 (Rook captures pawn on square g6)
7. Rxb4 (Rook captures pawn on square b4)                   8. Rxa1 (Rook captures queen on square a1)
Level Intermediate (b)
1. Rxh5 (Rook captures knight on square h5)                  2. Rxb6 (Rook captures pawn on square b6)
3. Rxa8 (Rook captures queen on square a8)                  4. Rxb3 (Rook captures bishop on square b3)
5. Rxc8+ (Rook captures bishop c8 check)                     6. Raxd7 (Rook from a7 captures knight d7)
7. Rxe2 (Rook captures pawn on square e2)                    8. Rxg6+ (Rook captures pawn g6 check)
Level Advanced
1. Rxb4 (Rook captures queen on square b4)                  2. Rxc2 (Rook captures knight on square c2)
3. Rxc3 (Rook captures rook on square c3)                    4. Rxa2 (Rook captures rook on square a2)
5. Rxg7+ (Rook captures bishop g7 check)                     6. Rxf7+ (Rook captures pawn f7 check)
7. Rxf5 (Rook captures pawn on square f5)                     8. Rxh4 (Rook captures bishop on square h4)

Bishop Capture

Answers for Bishop capture:
Level Beginner (a)
1. Bxh7 (Bishop captures pawn on square h7)           2. Bxg1 (Bishop captures queen on square g1)
3. Bxa8 (Bishop captures rook on square a1)            4. Bxc8 (Bishop captures rook on square c8)
Level Beginner (b)
1. Bxh6 (Bishop captures pawn on square h6)            2. Bxc6 (Bishop captures bishop on square c6)
3. Bxa6 (Bishop captures queen on square a6)            4. Bxf6+ (bishop captures pawn f6 check)
5. Bxb7+ (Bishop captures queen b7 check)              6. Bxc6 (Bishop captures rook on square c6
7. Bxa6 (Bishop captures bishop on square a6)           8. Bxd8 (Bishop captures rook on square d8)
Level Beginner (c)
1. Bxh6 (Bishop captures pawn on square h6)             2. Bxa8 (Bishop captures bishop on square a8)
3. Bxa7 (Bishop captures pawn on square a7)             4. Bxh2 (Bishop captures queen on square h2)
5. Bxd8 (Bishop captures knight on square d8)            6. Bxh7+ (Bishop captures rook h7 check)
7. Bxa7 (Bishop captures rook on square a7)              8. Bxf7 (Bishop captures rook on square f7)
Level Intermediate (a)
1. Bxe6+ (Bishop captures pawn e6 check)                 2. Bxh6 (Bishop captures queen on square h6)
3. Bxg3 (Bishop captures rook on square g3)               4. Bxe4 (Bishop captures knight on square e4)
5. Bxd6 (Bishop captures pawn on square d6)               6. Bxh4 (Bishop captures queen on square h4)
 7. Bxf6+ (Bishop captures pawn f6 check)                    8. Bxf3 (Bishop captures knight on square f3)
Level Intermediate (b)
1. Bxc1 (Bishop captures rook on square c1)                2. Bxh6 (Bishop captures rook on square h6)
3. Bxc8 (Bishop captures queen on square c8)               4. Bxf2 (Bishop captures knight on square f2)
5. Bxb2 (Bishop captures bishop on square b2)            6. Bxb5 (Bishop captures knight on square b5)
7. Bxh1 (Bishop captures queen on square h1)               8. Bxa5 (Bishop captures pawn on square a5)   
Level Advanced
1. Bxg7+ (Bishop captures bishop g7 check)                 2. Bxh2 (Bishop captures pawn on square h2)
3. Bxa2 (Bishop captures bishop on square a2)             4. Bxb7 (Bishop captures bishop on square b7)
5. Bxf7 (Bishop captures rook on square f7)                  6. Bxb7 (Bishop captures bishop on square b7)
7. Bxg8 (Bishop captures queen on square g8)

Knight Capture

Answers for Knight Capture:
Level Beginner (a)
1. Nxc3 (Knight captures bishop on square c3)               2. Nxf6+ (Knight captures pawn f6 check)
3. Nxh5 (Knight captures queen on square h5)                4. Nxc7 (Knight captures pawn on square c7)
Level Beginner (b)
1. Nxc4 (Knight captures pawn on square c4)                 2. Nxd3 (Knight captures queen on square d3)
3. Nxc6 (Knight captures bishop on square c6)                4. Nxb8 (Knight captures queen on square b8)
5. Nxd3 (Knight captures rook on square d3)                  6. Nxf7+ (Knight captures pawn f7 check)
7. Nxd7 (knight captures rook on square d7)                    8. Nxh7+ (Knight captures pawn h7 check)
Level Beginner (c)
1. Nxb4 (Knight captures pawn on square b4)                  2. Nxc8 (Knight captures rook on square c8)
3. Nxf4 (Knight captures queen on square f4)                   4. Nxd7+ (Knight captures knight d7 check)
5. Nxb7 (Knight captures bishop on square b7)                6. Nxh3 (Knight captures pawn on square h3)
7. Nxd4 (Knight captures rook on square d4)                   8. Nxa3 (Knight captures pawn on square a3)
Level Intermediate (a)
1. Nxg6 (Knight captures pawn on square g6)                  2. Nxa8 (Knight captures rook on square a8)
3. Nxe4 (Knight captures bishop on square e4)                 4. Nxg7# (Knight captures pawn g7 checkmate)
5. Nxe7+ (Knight captures pawn e7 check)                      6. Nxd6 (Knight captures queen on square d6)
7. Nxb6 (Knight captures knight on square b6)                 8. Nxa8 (Knight captures rook on square a8)
Level Intermediate (b)
1. Nxb5 (Knight captures bishop on square b5)                2. Nxg7+ (Knight captures pawn g7 check)
3. Nxe5 (Knight captures queen on square e5)                  4. Nxe6+ (Knight captures rook e6 check)
5. Nxg4 (Knight captures bishop on square g4)                 6. Nxc3 (Knight captures pawn on square c3)
7. Nxd4 (Knight captures rook on square d4)
Level Advanced
1. Nxd7+ (Knight captures pawn d7 check)                      2. Nxh6+ (Knight captures pawn h6 check)
3. Nxa4 (Knight capture queen on square on a4)               4. Nxf2 (Knight captures pawn on square f2)
5. Nxg4 (Knight captures pawn on square g4)                   6. Nxh6+ (Knight captures pawn h6 check)
7. Nxf7+ (Knight captures pawn f7 check)

King

Answers for getting the King out of check
Level Beginner (a)
1. Rf2 (Rook moves down to square f2)                     2. Kxe1 (King captures rook on square e1)
3. Kg2 (King moves to square g2)                             4. Kxh2 (King captures queen on square h2)
Level Beginner (b)
1. Kxd1 (King captures queen on square d1)              2. c3 (Pawn moves up to square c3)
3. Nxd1 (Knight captures queen on square d1)           4. R(or)Be1 (Rook or Bishop to square e1)
5. Nxf2 (Knight captures queen on square f2)             6. Kh2 (King moves up to square h2)
7. Kxh2 (King captures queen on square h2)              8. g3 (Pawn moves up to square g3)
Level Beginner (c)
1. Nxh2 (Knight captures queen on square h2)            2. fxe4 (Pawn captures Bishop on square e4)
3. Nxg4 (Knight captures rook on square g4)              4. Kh1 (King moves to square h1)
5. Kh1 (King moves to sqaure h1)                               6. Nf1 (Knight moves down to square f1)
7. Kh3 (King moves up to square h3)                          8. c4 (Pawn moves up to square c4)
Level Intermediate
1. Nxg5 (Knight captures queen on square g5)             2. Bxb2 (Bishop captures rook on square b2)
3. Kxd4 (King captures pawn on square d4)                4. d5 (Pawn captures uo to square d5)
5. Kc4 (King moves down to square c4)                      6. Nxh5 (Knight captures pawn on square h5)
7. Kxf1 (King captures rook on square f1)                   8. Rxa8 (Rook captures bishop on square a8)
Level Advanced
1. Kxc4 (King captures rook on square c4)                  2. Bxh1 (Bishop captures rook on square h1)
3. f3 (Pawn moves up to square f3)                              4. Rg3 (Rook moves to square g3)
5. Nxf5 (Knight captures queen on square f5)               6. Qf2 (Queen moves down to square f2)
7. Kxd2 (King captures bishop on square d2)               8. Qxe4 (Queen captures bishop on square e4)