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Thibault de Vassal (2007-02-11 16:49:23)
Quite hard ... :)
1) Where was taken the last white piece ?
2) What was this piece ?
ChessPosition (see diagram)
Heinz-Georg Lehnhoff (2007-02-11 17:08:41)
I think white's last move was g2-g4 and then f4xg3 e.p.
Thibault de Vassal (2007-02-11 17:17:34)
Hmmm.. so what was the move before ? ;)
Heinz-Georg Lehnhoff (2007-02-11 17:30:47)
f5-f4+, but ok, I see what you mean ...
Thibault de Vassal (2007-02-11 17:39:48)
Yes, there's no White move before in this case. Really interesting...
William Taylor (2007-02-11 17:43:37)
Lehnhoff's solution looks like it works to me. Or it could be crazyhouse chess (where captured pieces can be placed back on the board)... :) Then black's last move could have been B@c8+
Kieran Child (2007-02-11 19:12:05)
That was delicious
here's what I got: 1) f4xg3(ep) g2-g4 2) f5-f4 Kg3xNh3 3) g4xf3(ep) f2-f4 4) nf4xnh3 VERY VERY NICE PUZZLE. Thanks a lot for that :)
Thibault de Vassal (2007-02-11 19:44:20)
That's right... and first move was Ng1-h3 !
Congrats to you all :)
Thibault de Vassal (2007-02-11 20:16:45)
The author of this one : M. Meynsbrughen
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