Originally posted by BigDoggProblem
Odd. I'm convinced there's no solution.
hmm.. heat the pan, i too smell sth fishy..
Evidently the white knight killed the black one, and then got killed by a black piece.
Now, there are two possiblities..
1) all the four of white's moves were made by only one knight.
This is impossible, because some black piece had to kill the white knight and then get back into original position. This would make the number of moves for black > 4
2) the b knight made 2 moves and the g knight made two.
The g knight just went back and forth, while the b knight did the actual kill..
but i cant see how it culd kill in two moves