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Question about #13, which sounds to me like a conflict.

should it read “ nothing is south of the one black rook, which is on the edge”?

or should it read “ nothing is south of the white rook that is on the edge”

or even “one of the white rooks is on the edge, and has nothing south of it”?

for that matter, should it name a different piece than white rook?

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Based on 3 and 8, the black queen has to be in one of the bottom 2 rows. There are 2 white rooks. One is in a column by itself (15). The other is south of the knight (1) and north of the black rook. That means the knight has to be at least the 3rd row from the bottom so that doesn't work with being directly across from the queen.


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