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(zzo38) A. Black wrote on 2013-12-10 UTC

Does it remain a ghostrider when no longer threatened or does it lose ghostrider powers when no longer threatened? I think the latter is better way in my opinion.

It can result in all sorts of strange things, you can make your knight threatened by a pinned piece, especially if you make a discovered attack on your own knight you can put opponent in check in this way, and even get out of check by interposing the threat to the knight.


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