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In 1943, M. Duchamp posed a "problem with no solution". From the initial position, the following moves are suggested by Larry Evans (on http://www.toutfait.com/articals.php?id=47066, the article is written by Francis Naumann).
By the end of the article, the author writes: "Duchamp has given us, in effect, a problem with no solution."
Do you agree?
no, there is an answer for sure
In a short while the endgame tablebase for the endgames with these pieces will be done. So wait like 2 year to get a definate answer.
flip the board - g5
He had a very strange idea of what constituted a fountain.
Using Houdini 4 at a depth of 32, this is a drawn endgame. I was really hoping for some trick that Marcel may have hidden from people, but that is not the case.
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