V gubhtug vg jnf ernfbanoyr gb nffhzr "Lrf" nf gur yrggref zhfg pyrneyl zbir nybat jvgu gur bgure cvrprf, ohg bs pbhefr lbh vagraqrq sbe gur cnja gb cebzbgr naq punatr vgf yrggre sebz L gb B.So it is likely that the initial position is on the 7th or 2nd rank.As the full board might be utilized, it is a good idea to start checking for solutions with the arrangement of pieces on a7-f7, c7-h7, a2-f2 and c2-h2. It's a problem that, unlike money itself, you really can take with you.The "Mega" is the database every serious chessplayer needs.The database contains 7.6 million games from 1500 to 2018, in highest quality standard, full of top level analyses and completely classified. It's a problem that, unlike money itself, you really can take with you.5 Nb5 d5 6 cxd5 Bc5 bringing us to a very sharp position.On this 60 mins, FIDE Senior Trainer Andrew Martin argues the case from the Black side, showing both classic Kasparov masterpieces and games from the present day and suggests that White's defensive task is not easy.Here, again, are the rules: 1) Place the following six pieces on an empty board on adjacent squares on the same rank: Notice that each piece is assigned a letter — that's key! Here are a few tips courtesy our Study of the Month columnist Siegfried Hornecker: First of all, there is a pawn in the line.2) Make a legal sequence of nine half-moves (White moves first) until you spell "MONEY" adjacent squares: 3) Note that the sequence must include the capture of either the white knight or the black pawn. As the diagram goes towards players and there are no special rules given for those cases, the initial position won't be on the 8th or 1st rank.Here's an unconventional test for your solving skills.The solution is below, but if you would like to take a crack at it first on a chess board of your own.