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The task is: Create a 2-mover chess Problem using the 16 pieces but without pawns on the board. I called it "Pawnless Society".
Check this out. An Asorski Pawnless Society Original for chess.com.
White to move mate in two.
My above Pawnless Society can also be looked like this:
White to move mate in 2.
Without pawns on the board, the trick is just the same.
Or like this:
Asorski's Pawnless Society
White mates in 2.
Ok, interesting puzzles! Thanks for the add.
Watch out for more of my original puzzles here. (Asorski)
It is your own puzzle? Good work!
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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