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Old April 14th 04, 12:50 PM
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Old April 14th 04, 02:16 PM
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It's one of those stupid puzzles where the board is up side down.


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Old April 14th 04, 04:59 PM
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In article , Ray Gordon wrote:
http://www.cybersheet.com/chess1.jpg


Is that even a possible board position? Specifically, how did White
get his pawn past the three Black pawns in b, c, and d?

- awh

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Old April 14th 04, 06:07 PM
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6K1/q1Q3PP/2pr4/1p1pP3/p5n1/1P6/1k6/8 w - - 0 1
1. exd6 Qxc7 2. dxc7 axb3


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Is that even a possible board position? Specifically, how did White
get his pawn past the three Black pawns in b, c, and d?

- awh



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Old April 15th 04, 07:14 AM
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"Ray Gordon" wrote in message ...
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Silly puzzle.

h8=Q is Mate in 10 (at most).

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Old April 15th 04, 03:37 PM
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In article , (Drew Hamilton)
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In article , Ray Gordon wrote:
http://www.cybersheet.com/chess1.jpg

Is that even a possible board position? Specifically, how did White
get his pawn past the three Black pawns in b, c, and d?



Huh? Is there any reason that the c7 pawn couldn't have come from f2? Or
even h2, with the f2 and g2 pawns shifting over via captures?

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Old April 15th 04, 04:42 PM
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On Thu, 15 Apr 2004 09:37:53 -0500, Harold Buck
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Huh? Is there any reason that the c7 pawn couldn't have come from f2? Or
even h2, with the f2 and g2 pawns shifting over via captures?

--Harold Buck


There was a famous old time chess master named John N. Buck who was
Southern Open Champion. He was also a famous psychologist. He invented
the "house, tree, person" test. He lived in Lynchburg Virginia. My
mother knew him because she was a child psychiatrist, but I never met
him although I lived near him.

I do not know when he died but probably in the 1970s. He had retired
from chess before the 1950s.

Are you a relative?

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