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could you just say move a passive rook back and forth 1 square back and forth, being really passive......
18 minutes ago · Quote · #19
If moving a Rook back and forth would save you, then it's not a losing position. Therefore, no.
You are assuming facts that are NOT explicitly written by the OP.
the real question for the op is: wat wld carlsen do?
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нет возможности сделать рокировку
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