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What is the probability that after that move all the piece are arranged in third and fourth row if initially............

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In a chess game a man plays 16 moves , one move to every piece in the following manner:
King can move 1 step in every direction
Queen can move in every direction
Rook can move straight in any direction
Bishop can move in slant squares
Knight can move 2 forward then 1 turned step
Every pawn moves 1 or 2 step forward
What is the probability that after that move all the piece are arranged in third and fourth row if initially they are arranged in first and second row as the rule of game.

posted Nov 27, 2015 by Samardeep Acharya

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