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Q-15

  Sometimes clumsy placement of her king prevents the queen from winning against c (f)-pawn. The oldest recorded example is from magazine “Chess world”, year 1865. White can’t stop pawn advance to second rank because his own king is in the way of winning pin over h8-a1 diagonal.  ...


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