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Bodyguard ChessA game information page
. A 9x9 variant, with a Bodyguard and two Kwaggas per side (zrf available).[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
David Paulowich wrote on 2006-11-26 UTC
Is it possible to force mate with King + two Kwaggas against a lone King? I am looking for something more than a simple mate in one or two moves, resulting from a blunder by the lone King. See the Comments dated [2006-04-03] by myself and Joost Brugh for information on the cases involving pairs of Camels, Cannons, and Knights.