[Retros] one man PGs

Andrew Buchanan andrew at anselan.com
Tue May 17 23:17:21 EDT 2016

It's for François Labelle to give the authoritative response, but I don't think his strip-mining approach would scale to the length of problem involved here. So this is an area of the forest that will remain in the realm of human endeavour for a long while.

Great compositions all!

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On 18 May 2016, at 4:22 AM, Nicolas Dupont <Nicolas.Dupont at univ-lille1.fr> wrote:

>> Have the "one man" records been explored? I mean, PGs where one or both
>> sides move just one piece.
> The one-sided white setup might be divided into 10 different records,
> according to which piece is playing (8 pawns 2 knights). I wonder if those records could be found with a computer equipped with an appropriate program. Indeed it would be very interesting to know the true max.
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