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Soucie. Moves on queen-lines exactly as many squares as there are pieces on that line.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Mary Ellen Waithe wrote on 2007-09-24 UTC

Thank you for naming the 'Soucie' for my father. I could never beat him at chess so I tired of the challenge quite early in life, I'm afraid. However, I did question him tirelessly about miracles to the point that he called me 'a goddamned philosopher.' So I became one.

Mary Ellen (Soucie) Waithe