8 queens

ashwix

How do you place 8 queens in a chessboard in such a way that if they were enemies none of them would be able to kill another queen in one move example here none of the 4 can kill the other in 1 move.

brocolli639

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm sure there are another variations for this but this is one possible answer.

jjuluru28
Cool
harrisisawesome

here?

 

Steven-ODonoghue

Just place them a knights distance away from another and it's pretty self explanatory

Tistouille
harrisisawesome a écrit :

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b7, e4 ⛔

harrisisawesome
Tistouille wrote:
harrisisawesome a écrit :

here?

 

b7, e4 ⛔

oh oops.

Tistouille

Try 6 queens and 2 amazons (knight + queen in fairy chess).

Here is my solution. Amazons are represented by knights.

Try 5 queens and 3 amazons. 

Mikey383

 

Mikey383
Mikey383 wrote:

 

Great Qc5-f7