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1. 06 Jan '16 14:50 / 2 edits

2.  BigDoggProblem
06 Jan '16 15:52
Originally posted by greenpawn34
[puzzleid]33[/puzzleid]
Has 2 solutions but only gives credit for one.
3.  sonhouse
Fast and Curious
06 Jan '16 17:10 / 3 edits
Originally posted by BigDoggProblem
Has 2 solutions but only gives credit for one.
In order for it to be mate in one, it seems to require a double check like N-d3+ and mate.
You could try N-C6 + but that allows Rd1-d6, stopping the one moveness thing.
N-g6 double check allows K-f5 hidey hole.

But what puzzle thingy are you talking about?
4.  BigDoggProblem
06 Jan '16 19:44
Hmm...I can add puzzles, it seems. (Evil grin)
5. 06 Jan '16 20:42 / 5 edits
Hi Sonhouse,

If you click on the bar under the puzzle it takes you to the 'Puzzle Page'
a brand new feature. You can leave comments etc...

if you use the Reply and Quote option you will see:

[uzzleid]33[/puzzleid] (I've removed the first 'p' in puzzle so you can see it.)

change the 33 to any other number you get a new puzzle.

Here is number 44.

6.  BigDoggProblem
09 Jan '16 01:36 / 1 edit
Best one I've seen so far.

7.  venda
Dave
10 Jan '16 18:38
This is an excellent feature!!
I'm rubbish at the moment but I hope to improve.
Mate's in 13 moves and above?
Can people really see this far in advance or is it progressive thinking?
8.  mwmiller
RHP Member No.16
10 Jan '16 20:25 / 1 edit
Originally posted by sonhouse
But what puzzle thingy are you talking about?
The new puzzles feature can be reached at the 'community' link at the top of the page.
9.  Ponderable
chemist
12 Jan '16 11:07
Originally posted by sonhouse
In order for it to be mate in one, it seems to require a double check like N-d3+ and mate.
You could try N-C6 + but that allows Rd1-d6, stopping the one moveness thing.
N-g6 double check allows K-f5 hidey hole.

But what puzzle thingy are you talking about?
Actually N-g6 is deemed to be correct while N-d3 isn't. i commented to that effect on the puzzle.
10.  DeepThought