I was looking through the beginner problems yesterday and I found an interesting problem, KCHESS. (I wrote a solution here.)

It is solved by going through every single knight, and then checking if a knight can move to any of the 9 squares the king is in/can move to.

But then I found someone had this extremely short solution in python (which I also rewrote in pascal). This solution just checks if the knight is on the same row/col. And it passes the test cases apparently. I found a test case such that the short solutions don’t work, but the first one I did before works:

```
1
9
0 1
0 4
1 6
2 6
5 6
6 4
5 0
2 0
4 1
3 3
```

Where the expected output is:

```
YES
```

Since all the squares are under check. The short solutions return `NO`

but the longer ones return `YES`

. Test cases probably should be fixed for this problem…