|1.||Da f2:f4||Da b2:d2||Da b6:b4||Kg4:f4|
|4.||Kd1-d2||Ka4:a5||Kd7-c7||East is the winner|
This solution gives the smallest number of turns, but it is not clear that if we count moves of players that it really is. Now, we have 15 moves before a player wins. Clearly, less than 12 is impossible, but are 12, 13, or 14 moves possible?
Alfred Pfeiffer answered this question: I think, there is no shorter solution because the East is the only player which has the chance to move with his king in the first turn.