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My favourite chess problem|
Many years ago, searching for the Internet over chess problem, I bumped into a very interesting piece.
Find it on the bottom as a FEN row, clicking on it the board will also appear.
The task is: white mates in one!
Can't be too hard, I thought, but scrolling over the possibilities the solution just didn't come up.
I check everything once more, then again, and again, and once I found another way that was hidden for me before. The solution also hid there. It became my favourite chess problem then, but of course, it's true, there are many many beautiful problems out there.
This was the first problem I submitted to the server. Some players can solve it, some don't. Some believe there is no valid solution.
So, check this problem if you want. And enjoy.
Fisher Random Chess Support|
This is a very interesting variant of the game, where the position of the pieces in the base ranks are changing. There are 960 different initial setup position in this variant.
Fans of the Fischer Random chess say, here creativity and talent is more important than memorization and analysis of opening moves.
See more on the Variants page.
Also called as Fischerandom Chess, Chess960, C960, FR, or FRC.
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