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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)
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