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George Duke wrote on 2011-01-07 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
From 14 years ago and uncommented since at least 2003, these are exactly the two intended links at Betza/Neto Retrochess 1998 below. No comparison which is more interesting, the Betza/Neto cv class or the established genre of ortho-chess problems as a whole. A comment at Retrochess says, ''After un-castling, the King and the Rook are frozen,'' because if they move the Castle would be invalidated. That is used before in plain problems and not too startling with the Betza/Neto objective ultimately to get back to the array. Smullyan has several retrogrades indicated, for one

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