"The shortest way to a day of rest for the chess pieces is a
sharp combination" - Bronstein
The combinations are to be solved by writing moves in the given input boxes. Moves need to be written in Algebraic Notation.
Please do not use +,#. In case of piece moving from one square to another - example Rook is on 'g1' , and you want to move it
to 'g8', write Rg8. A hint in terms of ply (total moves required - white + black) will be given.
Do Solitaire Problems
In "Solitaire Chess", you predict the move which was made by a player in an actual game (either white or black). You will start to predict moves from around move 7. For example, in the first game, you will play as white