Puzzel 1177 (lidraughts.org/training/1177): 27-21 on the first move seems just as good with the same combination.
yes ! +1 ;)
Maybe It was before me, but lidraughts.org/training/2644. 6th move, 0644 and 0650 are wrong, but there arent any differences
1. ...24-29 2.25x5 3-9 (with the same follow-up as after 1-6) incorrectly marked as wrong move - or am I missing something?
1177, 2644 and 2980 are disabled.
Thnx simpaticheski, Vera_Chechina and honeybadger
for lidraughts.org/training/1296, 38-32 19-23 44-40 is also winning
@jeffreyq2 True, but let me give a comparison from chess: why would you would deliver a checkmate in three moves, if you can do it in one move? I believe that puzzle #1296 was given just for memorizing less common trajectory of shot.
You guys are both right, Kalnap and Jeffreyq2. But I agree the puzzle isn't good because the alternative winning line is also clearly winning. I will disable this puzzle!
I keep adoring the quote though: “When you see a good move, look for a better one” (Emanuel Lasker)
But there are enough puzzles that can be created for the trainingfeature that are not dubious.
@kalnap because I found a checkmate in three first, and there is no point trying to find a shorter mate. Checkmate is checkmate.
for lidraughts.org/training/2003, the combination 33-29 and 31-36 also eventually reaches an evaluation +2.5
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