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Nowhere to Hide II (Posted on 2005-01-26) Difficulty: 2 of 5
What is the least number of white knights that can be placed on a standard chessboard so that a black piece cannot be added to an unoccupied square without being under attack?

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answerK Sengupta2008-02-08 06:09:18
alogoryhtmically speaking ...zecougar2005-09-28 10:38:17
re: Complete SolutionHugo2005-01-27 15:39:00
SolutionComplete SolutionDavid Shin2005-01-27 07:50:03
Lower boundHugo2005-01-26 20:25:43
re(2): Upper BoundDavid Shin2005-01-26 19:57:55
Some ThoughtsEven BetterDavid Shin2005-01-26 19:56:15
re: Upper Boundbecca2005-01-26 19:56:11
Some ThoughtsBetter Upper BoundDavid Shin2005-01-26 19:50:52
Some ThoughtsUpper BoundDavid Shin2005-01-26 19:46:38
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