Awesome Chess Puzzles That'll Fool a Genius! - Scam School

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Uploaded on February 24, 2012 by Revision3

We're still hung over from celebrating the New Year, so we're taking a break from the bar. This week, Scam School is back in session at one of the smartest universities in the country! Watch the Stanford Chess Club take on the "Eight Queens" puzzle and see if you can solve it, too. Place eight queens on a chess board and try to set them up in a way that no two queens threaten each other. Plus, a bonus chess puzzle sent in from Magician Curt Anderson!

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