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mate in 2 boards?
Wow this puzzle is difficult for a Sunday puzzle... Took me forever to solve :P. First, move the queen in the first board, then the queen in the second board. oh wait, there's only supposed to be one board...
The second board offers some interesting moves...
How did they get to move the peices backwards in the 2nd board? THAT is a bigger puzzle :-)
Mate in 2 is impossible starting with 1st move right?
is it that my computer's broken or are there really 2 boards????
"It's chess Jim -- but not as we know it."
mate in two boards at the same time!
The puzzle for today was suppose to find the solution for their problem in the system :D
Please do not copy/paste the initial post board into your own post as it messed up the layout of the entire thread.
errr...I see an initial position where I can't move the pieces. What is this nonsense?
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Was this exchange sacrifice sound?
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Can users change their point status before losing?
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