Chess Problems - more commonly known as Chess Puzzles - are a great way to develop the visualisation skills required to help you win games of Chess.
The easiest level is a Problem/Puzzle that requires you to find the 1 Move that'll result in Checkmate.
It gets more difficult - more of a challenge - when a Solution requires 2 Moves.
Sometimes, there can be more than one route to solving the Puzzle, so just because the solution you provide isn't the same as the answer, doesn't always mean your way is wrong - so don't get disheartened if your answer differs from the Puzzle you've played.
However, you still need to thoroughly work-out your solution, to make sure it's correct.
Solutions are given using Algebraic Chess Notation, which you can read more about in the Beginners Chess section, here, and also in the Chess Glossary, here.
Try the following two Puzzles - the first is for "Checkmate in 1 Move"; the second puzzle is for "Checkmate in 2 Moves":
Chess Problem / Puzzle 01
(Checkmate In 1 Move)
Chess Problem / Puzzle 02
(Checkmate In 2 Moves)
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