A chess puzzle

Jan 3, 2008, 6:59 AM |

hey people. this is a chess puzzle that my grandfather told me when I was small.

You are given 8 queens (lets use pawns as queens). You should put those pawns (queens) on the chess board in a way that you'll not have any conflict between any two of them.

I mean that you should not have any row or column or diagonal with two pawns (queens). I've solved the problem (when I was 6 maybe) and resolved it many times after.

He said it has 92 different sollutions. who can solve it? lets see.