A pawn is pushed to the 6th rank with your opponents King on the 8th rank and your Queen get’s to the h6-Square. Then the Queen delivers checkmate moving to the g7 square. Using the Chess tactic known as a sacrifice is common on the H-file in order to open it up for the Queen to get in position to deliver this mate.
Blindfold Chess is hard enough, but imagine being able to do a Blindfold simultaneous Chess match, and win effortlessly. Almost unbelievable how Grandmasters are able to do it.
This example is from a Blindfold Chess simul all the way back in 1871. Blackburne (the player whom the Blackburnes Mate is named after) delivers the beautiful mate pattern to win the game.