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Subject: Re: Mate to solve in two flavous.

Author: Uri Blass

Date: 13:59:13 05/07/01

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On May 07, 2001 at 16:23:20, leonid wrote:

>And how about solving mate in two variations? We will start with female side.
>Contain more esthetic and demand very gentle approach.
>[D]Qn1q1nQ1/1QNbNQ2/1qqkqq2/1QrqrQ2/1q1N1q2/3q4/B1RbR1B1/B2K2B1 w - -
>Second is almost the same position but contain slight genetical modification. It
>expect from you more brute force in order to reach the same result.
>[D]Qn1q1nQ1/1QNbNQ2/1qqkqq2/1QrqrQ2/1q1N1q2/3q4/3b4/Q2K2Q1 w - -
>Both sexes are invited to look for solution!

I am afraid that only it will solve these positions and that he or she have no


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