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Mathematician Answers Chess Problem About Attacking Queens

The n -queens problem is about finding how many different ways queens can be placed on a chessboard so that none attack each other. A mathematician has now all but solved it. If you have a few chess sets at home, try the following exercise: Arrange eight queens on a board so that none of them are attacking each other. If you succeed once, can you find a second arrangement? A third? How many are there?
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A New Medical Drama Series That Will Get Your Pulse Pumping

I don't know many people who have watched "The Queen's Gambit" and expressed disappointment. The same is true for "Grey's Anatomy." Both are exhilarating for those who enjoy medical dramas. Long before "The Queen's Gambit" was born, however, author Judy Walters was writing chess into the backdrop of a medical drama titled "Pulse." It would be book one in a serious that is appropriately named "Vital Signs."
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Renaissance Chess Challenge™ launches Kickstarter Campaign

Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, RCC is Founded by David Farmer & it is Introducing a Reimagined Chess Board with the ‘Battle Zone’!. Renaissance Chess Challenge™ or RCC is an all-new chess board invented by David Farmer and it features two new rows called ‘Battle Zone’. The board is a reimagination of chess board and it is currently patent pending. When an opponent is captured in the battle zone, player must draw a card and do as the card says. To introduce this new chess board project to the world, David Farmer has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, and he is welcoming generous support and backing.
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A Look At The Game Theory Of Bitcoin

What is game theory? Simply put, if you are playing any game of strategy, like chess, any move you make in the game will have to be countered by your opponent. The strategic decisions that you and your opponent make will ultimately determine who wins and who loses the game.
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