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Revision 4 . . (edit) April 7, 2007 11:03 pm by Simons Mith
Revision 2 . . September 23, 2004 6:29 pm by JLE
Revision 1 . . September 23, 2004 6:27 pm by JLE
  

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A voluntary pass, made in circumstances where the opponent is debarred from passing or in a position where it would be extremely unwise to do so, and forced to make a move away from their current position. Made popular by Baryshnikov, who has been heard to wish there was a similar option in chess - to pass the move to one's opponent, while remaining in the same position oneself.
A voluntary pass, made in circumstances where the opponent is debarred from passing or in a position where it would be extremely unwise to do so, and forced to make a move away from their current position. Made popular by Baryshnikov, who has been heard to wish there was a similar option in chess – to pass the move to one's opponent, while remaining in the same position oneself.

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