Another new transposition?

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Another new transposition?

Postby Richard Pask on Mon Dec 28, 2015 1:25 pm

12-16 24-20; 10-15 21-17; 8-12 23-18; 7-10 25-21; 9-14 18-9; 5-14 17-13; 16-19 27-24; 3-7 22-17; 1-5 32-27

10-15 23-19; 11-16 19-10; 6-15 21-17; 7-10 17-13; 9-14 24-20; 16-19 25-21; 3-7 27-24; 1-6 32-27; 8-11 22-17 same!

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Re: Another new transposition?

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Tue Dec 29, 2015 12:56 am

Richard, I had this position (at transpose moment) after 2 or 3 other order of moves, but didn't write them down. Kind of midgame lending.

All after all, at the end of this complicated line it goes to 2 or 3 different "problem-like" continuations which any scholar must study and be familiar.
I am playing checkers, not chess.
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