Three chess puzzles

Set the six figures (pawn, queen, rook, bishop, king, knight) on a chessboard in such a way that every marked cell is threatened that number of times. For example, if the cell is marked “2”, it can only be threatened twice and if it’s marked “0”, it should not be threatened at all.

Simon shows how to set the first couple of figures correctly on every pictures below. Can you finish every puzzle?

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