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In chess, the queen can move the full length of the board diagonally, vertically, and horizontally.
You have three queens positioned on an 8x8 chessboard. Place the remaining five queens on the board so that no piece blocks another's line of movement.
This is a tough one!
You got it!
Since three queens were already in place before you began, there's only one possible solution for this problem.
What's that? You think it'd be more interesting if you had to place all eight queens by yourself?!
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