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and it's in 4 moves.
This is a puzzle indeed.
Have you checked where you normally keep your peices? If not there, I'd say they've been nicked.
Yet another case of mutual abandonment by interracial lesbian traitors.
Somehow I get the feeling this was supposed to be one of those Qd3 Qd6; Qh3 Qh6 things...
ok, so the Queens are missing, and the pawns are in the D file.
does that awnser your questions?
No. No, it doesn't.
and this puzzle is only leagle moves.
(you can comment) plez help!
oh! did i mention it's only 4 moves?
if u meant how to get into this positon in 4 moves ...
i wld need 5 moves.
1. d4 d5 2. Qd2 Qd6 3. Qb4 Qxb4+ 4. Kd1 Qe1+ 5. Kxe1
perhaps there's an improvement ...
This should be the answer, there can't be one in 4 moves o.o
it's possible! just think heard, real heard!
did anyone find it out yet?
i'll give you a hint, d4, d5 are the first moves.
I suppose that the question is how to arrive at that position in 4 moves. It was a hard one, but here you go:
wow. thank you!
I still like TheGrobe's version (plus it was faster).
Yeah-- maybe there are other similar openings. How about the Bongcloud Opening, Kamikaze Variation?
what???!! that's not an opening!
or is it??? lol
Great one !
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