# [Retros] A Q(sD)/0 problem

Pascal Wassong pascal.wassong at free.fr
Fri Nov 24 13:29:45 EST 2006

And to answer my one question, here is what I found for case Q(sD)/0:

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|*R |*S |*B |*Q | |*B |*S |*R |

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| . |*P |*P | |*P |*P | . |*P |

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| | . |*P | . | | . | | . |

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| . | | . | | . | | . | |

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|*P | . | | . | | . | | . |

+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+

| . | | . | | . | | . | |

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| P | P |*K | P | | P | P | P |

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| R | S | B | Q | K | B | S | R |

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rsbq1bsr/1pp1pp1p/2p5/8/p7/8/PPkP1PPP/RSBQKBSR
9.5 moves. 14 + 15

Pascal

>>>>> "Pascal" == Pascal Wassong <pascal.wassong at free.fr> writes:

Pascal> Hello, I think that a case is missing: Q(sD)/0. It seems
Pascal> to me possible to mate the bK on c2, with wPc2 and e2
Pascal> missing.