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QUEENS AND BISHOP PUZZLE.





(Chessboard Problems)
It will be seen that every square of the board is either occupied or
attacked. The puzzle is to substitute a bishop for the rook on the same
square, and then place the four queens on other squares so that every
square shall again be either occupied or attacked.


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