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This recent question is identical to a puzzle I posed on Puzzling.SE here.

What, if anything, should be done?

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This happens from time to time; it's unavoidable when Stack Exchange sites have overlapping scopes. Here is another instance:

Now, if the author of the questions copied it without properly attributing it, attribution should be added (please don't assume malice, not everybody is aware of the rules). But given the picture in the first version of the question, that doesn't seem to be the case. (If anything, it looks like it's copied from somewhere else.)

You left a comment linking to your question on Puzzling, which is not required, but nice to generate some traffic. I've posted a link back; some users here might not be aware that a Puzzling site exists and vice versa.

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  • The questions you linked are actually completely different. The (current) top rated answer of the chess SE question does not answer the OP's question; Noam Elkies' answer (the Korolkov study) seems more correct. – Remellion Jan 15 at 3:02
  • Ah, you're right. Too bad, I'll have to find another example. The following one involves Chess but not Chess.SE: I posted this Movies.SE question without knowing this one existed on BoardGames.SE. I only looked here ... – Glorfindel Jan 15 at 7:14

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