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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. Standard member SwissGambit
    Caninus Interruptus
    13 Apr '08 07:06 / 1 edit
    SwissGambit, Original

    PG in 29.5 moves

    This was my first [sound] attempt at creating the longest PG I could.

    Edit: please PM solutions so that all have a chance to solve.
  2. Standard member SwissGambit
    Caninus Interruptus
    13 Apr '08 20:31
    SOLV'D [David113]
  3. 14 Apr '08 02:04 / 1 edit
    SOLV'D

    Nice to see I've left a legacy Anyway, no time to try this today. Some people from our church came over, and I've just enough time to type this before I need to get back to them.
  4. Standard member SwissGambit
    Caninus Interruptus
    14 Apr '08 02:21
    Originally posted by Jirakon
    SOLV'D

    Nice to see I've left a legacy Anyway, no time to try this today. Some people from our church came over, and I've just enough time to type this before I need to get back to them.
    See, your PG is orthodox. I have no shame. I have ugly promoted force all over the board.
  5. 17 Apr '08 01:02
    Well, it took about forever, but SOLV'D
  6. Standard member SwissGambit
    Caninus Interruptus
    17 Apr '08 02:57
    Originally posted by Jirakon
    Well, it took about forever, but SOLV'D
    CONFIRM'D
  7. Standard member SwissGambit
    Caninus Interruptus
    24 Jun '08 23:58 / 1 edit
    Solution:
  8. 25 Jun '08 00:43
    Hey, you stole that from one of my games!
  9. 25 Jun '08 03:22
    Perhaps this is a part of PG theory I've completely skimmed, but why stop there, could you not go further?

    Could I not take that pgn and add more, thus making my PG longer than your PG?
  10. Standard member SwissGambit
    Caninus Interruptus
    25 Jun '08 03:38
    Originally posted by tamuzi
    Perhaps this is a part of PG theory I've completely skimmed, but why stop there, could you not go further?

    Could I not take that pgn and add more, thus making my PG longer than your PG?
    The hard part is keeping it sound [only one sequence of moves possible to reach the final position].