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I Think many solvers were puzzled about my Original Opening Puzzle posted here days ago, so here I am explaining some points to make it easy for everyone to understand the task I want to reach.
The task is:
Set the board from the starting order...(like this one)
...and play a game and reach this position in 10 moves! (Final Position)
Post your comments here.
Who knows, your nice and fine comments might be included in my book when this puzzles are published!
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