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Just to close the books on this one, here is a solution, which was created by swapping the queens and rooks (as suggested by @Apep). Since the rook doesn't move as freely as the queen, some minor asymmetries had to be introduced.

I checked that the initial position is indeed reachable within the rules of chess.

By the way, if anyone has a more elegant solution, please do share.

Just to close the books on this one, here is a solution, which was created by swapping the queens and rooks (as suggested by @Apep). Since the rook doesn't move as freely as the queen, some minor asymmetries had to be introduced.

I checked that the initial position is indeed reachable within the rules of chess.

Just to close the books on this one, here is a solution, which was created by swapping the queens and rooks (as suggested by @Apep). Since the rook doesn't move as freely as the queen, some minor asymmetries had to be introduced.

I checked that the initial position is indeed reachable within the rules of chess.

By the way, if anyone has a more elegant solution, please do share.

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Just to close the books on this one, here is a solution, which was created by swapping the queens and rooks (as suggested by @Apep). Since the rook doesn't move as freely as the queen, some minor asymmetries had to be introduced.

I checked that the initial position is indeed reachable within the rules of chess.