Mate in X # of Moves

Our Chess Club is a group of adults that get together on Thursday nights to play Chess. As webmaster of www.wacochessclub.com, I have been tasked with finding a good website for us to reference for our meetings.

What we do is hang a giant 36" instructional Chess Board and where we compete for who can find the mate the fastest. We usually give away a chess board to the winner or the winner donates it to whoever is new there.

We generally put up a "mate in 3" or "mate in 5", etc depending on the caliber of player that is there that evening.

What we need is a website that will let us select from "mate in one", "mate in two", "mate in three" and so on to get that night's puzzle without a hassle.

Assistance in finding such a site would be greatly appreciated.
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