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Lidraughts Feedback - puzzle 1420 #1

3: 48-43 and 40-34 are also winning

by jeffreyq2
General Draughts Discussion - puzzle 840 #4

https://lidraughts.org/training/840 after 21-27 scan consideres the position equal (-0.1). it takes a few moves, but the capture of the king seems inevitable, resulting in a 7 against 7.

by jeffreyq2
General Draughts Discussion - puzzle 840 #2

After the 21-27 line you cant protect your king afterwards, resulting in an even position.

by jeffreyq2
Lidraughts Feedback - puzzle 1184 #1

after 27-21 and 33-39, the move sequence 30-34, 48-43 and 42-38 also lead to a winning position.

by jeffreyq2
Lidraughts Feedback - puzzle 472 #1

According to scan, the position that results after the shot is considered equal. Not executing the shot also results in an equal position.

by jeffreyq2
Lidraughts Feedback - frisian puzzle 59 #1

after 4-10 15x2 the move 13-18 is also winning

by jeffreyq2
Lidraughts Feedback - puzzle 969 #1

after 24-29 the move 9-13 is also winning.

by jeffreyq2
Lidraughts Feedback - frisian puzzle 17 #1

13-18 is also winning

by jeffreyq2
Lidraughts Feedback - puzzle 957 #1

The variation with 24-29, followed by a direct 17-21, whilst being considered correct, has a weird stopping point, stopping in the middle of a white capture.

by jeffreyq2
Lidraughts Feedback - puzzle 401 #1

28-23 is considered a correct solution, but according to scan, it only leads to an even position. 37-31 is also considered correct, but that actually leads to a winning position for white.

by jeffreyq2