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Dmitriy Malish    (2011-10-19 18:44:05)
Retrograde Problem 1.

ChessPosition (see diagram) Mate? Is this a legal position?


8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
a b c d e f g h




Thibault de Vassal    (2011-10-19 22:59:52)
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Wow... "nice" position :)


Sebastian Boehme    (2011-10-23 02:39:41)
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Since when can white rooks walk through enemy pawns? ;-) Anyway yes very interesting...but I have no clue. ^^


Slobodan Ilic    (2011-10-24 04:41:26)
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I think it is, white rocks passes through g6-h6, black bishop from h3. Right?


Janeen Walden    (2011-11-07 20:31:26)
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This might be able to happen but it is not real


Wolff Morrow    (2011-12-06 21:59:28)
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Yeah the h-pawn being on h5 is the giveaway that the rooks entered on h6. The position is technically possible.


Graham Lamburn    (2011-12-09 21:28:24)
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The bishop on f1 was the tricky one for me!









 

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