In the mathematical chess problem of domination,
you are tasked with finding an arrangement of several pieces
of the same type so that every square on the board is reachable in a
single move by at least one of the pieces.
In the problem of independence, your goal is to place the maximum
number of pieces of the same type so that none of the pieces lie in the
path of another.
Choose the puzzle piece that you would like to answer puzzles about,
read the puzzle statement, and click on the board to place and remove
pieces.