by Jeff Coakley
This column features nine puzzles of various types, all involving four minor pieces (BBNN). Whenever applicable, the two bishops must be placed on opposite-coloured squares.
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1. Triple Loyd #35
Place the black king on the board so that:
A. Black is in checkmate.
B. Black is in stalemate.
C. White has mate in one.
2. Triple Loyd #36
Place the black king on the board so...
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