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Mate in 3(Grasshopper):
1.e3 Ga2 2.Ga1 any 3.Gh8#
1.e3 Gf4 2.Ga7 any 3.Gh7#
Congratulations s0030135. 1.e3 is the correct answer!! Good job.
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Mate in 3
I just looked at the white pawns on c2 and c3 and how it can help to mate the King. I found the use these pawns. Solved it in 5 minutes!
Great job Asorski. Well done, I saw a puzzle like this and made a variant of it.
That's it for this WCCT challenge. Thank you all for posting on this thread!!
~~ Adriandmen ~~
Adriandmen, This is too much!
s0030135 is simply amazing! His solving power is beyond doubt. How about giving him a Solving Champion Title? With this, he is automatically exempted from solving but he can participate in the discussion of the problem.
He had solve instantly my Mind Cracker No. 4. I conferred to him the idea of the title. I'm waiting for his response. I think he must be grateful and accept the title to give other solvers a chance. He can solve other composer's problem but not ours.
What can you say?
Yeah Asorski. I think s0030135 is a great solver. He really deserves a title. I think I make some Royal Puzzles. These puzzles will be for everyone with some solver instinct. I make some of these puzzles and every puzzle they solve will earn them one point. Solving a Royal Puzzle will earn them three points.
How about this idea? Maybe we could cooperate with the point counting.
I think we need to study carefully the mechanics of this one. Only the two of us regularly post a problem, our original chess problems. maybe we can open a new forum to discuss this matter with other composer.
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