# Basic Chess Calculation * Queen *

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### 1.Ka1-Qb1 2. Ke6  How many moves ____ to checkmate?

Explanation
The given sequence of moves starts with Ka1-Qb1, which is a move by the white king to the square b1. The second move is Ke6, which is a move by the black king to the square e6. Since the question asks for the number of moves to checkmate, it is implied that the sequence of moves is leading to a checkmate. Therefore, the correct answer is 9, indicating that it would take 9 more moves to reach checkmate from the given position.

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### 1. Kc2-Qc1  2. Kd7  how many moves _______ to checkmate?

Explanation
The given moves Kc2-Qc1 and Kd7 indicate that the black king is in the corner and the white king is one square away. To checkmate the black king, it would take 8 moves. The white king needs to gradually corner the black king by moving closer and restricting its movement until it is trapped and cannot escape. This process usually takes a few moves, and in this case, it would take 8 moves to deliver checkmate.

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### 1.Kf5 -Qh1 2. Kd7 how many moves_____ to checkmate?

Explanation
The given sequence of moves shows that it takes 6 moves to checkmate. After the move 1.Kf5-Qh1, the black queen is threatening the white king. In response, white plays 2.Kd7 to escape the threat. However, this move also puts the black king in check. The black king can move to different squares, but white can continue to checkmate in 4 more moves. Therefore, it takes a total of 6 moves to checkmate.

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### 1.Ka1-Qd7 2.Ke4  How many moves_____ to checkmate ?

Explanation
The given moves indicate that the white king is at square A1 and the black queen is at square D7. The move "Ke4" suggests that the black king is at square E4. Since the black king is surrounded by the white king and queen, it is in checkmate. Therefore, it takes 9 moves to checkmate the black king.

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### 1.Ka1- Qd1 2.kf4 How many moves ___ to checkmate ?

Explanation
The given moves Ka1- Qd1 and kf4 indicate that the white king moves to a1 and the black queen moves to d1. After that, the white king moves to f4. The question asks for the number of moves to checkmate, which means the number of moves until the black king is in a position where it cannot escape capture. Without further information, it is not possible to determine the exact number of moves to checkmate. Therefore, the answer of 9 is not supported by the given moves and is incorrect.

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### 1.Ka1- Qg2 2.Kf4  How many moves_____ to checkmate ?

Explanation
The given moves indicate that the white king moves to f4 after the black queen moves to g2. Since the question asks for the number of moves to checkmate, it suggests that there are 9 moves remaining until checkmate is achieved. However, without further information or context, it is difficult to provide a more detailed explanation.

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### 1.ka1-Qa8 2.Ke5  how many moves ___ to checkmate ?

Explanation
In this scenario, it takes 9 moves to checkmate the opponent's king. The first move is ka1-Qa8, which places the queen in a position to attack the opponent's king. The opponent's king moves to Ke5 in response. From this point, it would take an additional 8 moves to successfully checkmate the king.

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### 1.Ka1-Qe1 2.Kf5  How many moves____ to checkmate ?

Explanation
In this scenario, Ka1-Qe1 is the first move, which puts the white king in a safe position. The second move, Kf5, is likely a move made by the black king to try and escape. Since the question asks how many moves are needed to checkmate, it implies that the black king is in a vulnerable position. Therefore, it can be inferred that after these two moves, it would take an additional 7 moves to checkmate the black king.

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### 1.ka1-Qh2 2.Ke6 How many moves ___ to checkmate ?

Explanation
The given moves "ka1-Qh2" and "Ke6" suggest that the king is moving towards the opponent's side of the board. Since checkmate occurs when the opponent's king is in a position where it cannot escape capture, it is likely that the 9 moves mentioned in the answer refer to the number of moves required to trap the opponent's king and achieve checkmate.

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### 1.Ka1-Qc2 2.Kg7  How many moves _____ to checkmate ?

Explanation
The given moves suggest that the White King is on a1 and the White Queen is on c2. The second move Kg7 indicates that the Black King is on g7. Since the Black King is in checkmate, it means that the White Queen has delivered the checkmate on the 8th move. Therefore, it took 8 moves to checkmate the Black King.

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### 1.Ka1 - Qa4  2.kg7 How many moves ____ to checkmate ?

Explanation
In this scenario, the first move is Ka1 - Qa4, which puts the black king in check. The black king has limited options to move and is forced to move to Kg7. This move again puts the black king in check. This process continues for a total of 9 moves until the black king is finally checkmated.

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### 1.kb1-Qc1 2. Kf6  How many moves_____ to checkmate ?

Explanation
The given moves suggest that the black king moves to c1 and then the white king moves to f6. Since there is no other piece on the board, it can be inferred that these moves are part of a checkmate sequence. In order to checkmate the black king, it would take 9 more moves.

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### 1.kc1- Qg1 2. Ke5 How many moves ____ to checkmate ?

Explanation
The given sequence of moves suggests that it takes 9 moves to checkmate the opponent's king. The first move kc1-Qg1 is likely a move made by the black king to g1, and then white responds with Ke5. The question is asking for the number of moves it takes to checkmate, and the correct answer is 9.

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### 1.kd1-Qc2 2.Kd7  How many moves ____ to checkmate?

Explanation
The given moves suggest that the king moves to d1 and the queen moves to c2. Then, the king moves to d7. The question asks how many moves are needed to checkmate. Since the given moves do not indicate any further moves or actions, it can be inferred that the checkmate is achieved in 9 moves.

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