- 24 Oct '06 16:11

I find the X and three solutions to be a useful heuristic for teaching the pattern recognition that enables chess skill.*Originally posted by Sicilian Smaug***Aha, Looked at it before and thought was just one answer. See the other 2 now you've said. Nice 1 .It's all about the X**

Of course, among chess problem composers more than one solution means the problem is cooked. - 26 Oct '06 14:22 / 1 edit

Hint: it's the only other square from which the queen can reach both a1 and g1 (the two squares it can reach in the first solution you found).*Originally posted by malinga***Help. I see 2 when nmoving Q to bdark square beside K and has mate off either diagonal. Where's the other?**