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This unique competition is mainly conducted at school’s own premises. The idea is find the key moves which deliver mate in the stated number of moves. There are two preliminary rounds and any team that scores full marks in both rounds will be offered a place at the final to be held in conjunction with the team challenge at Imperial College on 29th March 2017. We do hope that you will have a go.
Solutions – Round 2 – click here [posted 22/12/16]
Leader Board (score out of a maximum of 9) – congratulations to all the schools on this leader board, who have qualified for the final!
|9 – Judd School|
|9 – Sevenoaks School|
|8 – Hymers College, Hull|
|8 – Kirkbie Kendal School|
|8 – Oundle School|
|8 – St Pauls School|
|8 – Chepstow School|
|8 – Kings Grantham (defending champions)|
First round perfect solutions received from –
Hymers College, Hull; Yarm School, Stockton-on-Tees; Sevenoaks School; The Judd School (Kent); Heathside Prep; Chepstow School; King’s School, Grantham; St Paul’s School; Oundle School
Click here to find the solutions for the first round for yourselves!