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THE AMAZONS.





(Chessboard Problems)
This puzzle is based on one by Captain Turton. Remove three of the
queens to other squares so that there shall be eleven squares on the
board that are not attacked. The removal of the three queens need not be
by "queen moves." You may take them up and place them anywhere. There is
only one solution.


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