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Hexagonal chess - problem 1

Mate in two moves

White to play and mate in two moves

This is the first of a set of four problems, in a problem solving contest of January/February 2001. The rules used are those of Glinski's Hexagonal Chess. Also, use the official names of squares to describe your solution.

This problem was composed by prof. J. Boyer.


Written by Hans Bodlaender.
WWW page created: January 8, 2000. Last modified: March 22, 2001.