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  • "d1" so the dimension parameters for the second part should be "X-d1". is this possible? if so how?

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  • Any basketball novice can find this important stat, along with other telling numbers, at: ncaa.com/stats/basketball-men/d1 .

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  • After this move, white can stick his rook on the square d1.

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  • Trying to reshuffle his heavy pieces: the queen frees the square d1 for the rook, but it allows the advance of the e-pawn.

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  • After 2 Kc2, Black has 2 ... b3+ to deflect the king from the queening square d1 and it's all over: 3 Kxb3 d1 = Q or 3 Kd1 b2 with the same result.

    How can Black win here?

  • As there are few pieces on the board, it's another case where calculation is deep but relatively easy as variations are forcing: 3 Bh3 Ke1 4 Bg4, and now 4 ... b3+ transposes to a winning king and pawn ending: 5 Kxb3 d1 (Q) 6 Bxd1 Kxd1 7 Kc3.

    How can Black win here?

  • This is another elegant move, sacrificing the rook on d1 to end the game in a few more moves.

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  • Qg4 39 Ng4 d1/Q, while 38 Ng4 would lose to 38 ...

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  • The dark ones are only because they don't exist p1, d1, d2.

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  • During the time it takes Achilles to reach the point from which the tortoise started (t0), the tortoise will have progressed some distance (d1) beyond that point, namely to t1, as follows:

    Zeno of Elea

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