Can you checkmate all the kings in less than 10 moves?
Following are the rules:
1. White can make up to 10 legitimate moves until all kings are checkmate.
2. You can take any black piece(s) except the King.
3. Your king cannot be in check position at any time of the game.
We have arranged matchsticks in a manner that all the first row, second row, first column and third column contain 12 matchsticks each. Can you remove 4 matchsticks and rearrange all the remaining matchsticks that we are still left with 12 matchsticks in the first row, second row, first column and the third column.
- The water in tank1 will get filled up to the connectivity of tank1 and the tank2 and then it will start flowing to tank2.
- The water in tank2 will get filled up to the connectivity of tank2 and the -tank3 and then it will start flowing to tank3.
- The water in tank3 will get filled up to the connectivity of tank2 and the tank3 and then it will start flowing to tank3.
- As the outlet of tank3 and inlet of tank4 are not at the same level, water will continue to fill tank3 till the inlet of tank4.
- Now both the tank3 and tank4 fill simultaneously until both fill together.
All chess lover must know that white piece always starts the game.
I am a big chess lover myself and therefore I am asking a quick-fire puzzle for all chess lovers.
Is it possible that all white pieces are at the original game position while black pawn is at the position shown in the picture below?
Picture 1: "Cat"
Picture 2: "ch" (China - Ina)
Picture 3: "Me" (Me icon)
Picture 4: If (Gif icon - G, we removed G as 1 is cut off)
Picture 5: "You" (it is pointing towards You)
Picture 6: Can (picture of can)