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Commonly, X-ray in Chess refers to a family of several tactical motives, where a sliding piece attacks through any other piece in a ray-direction. In particular, a X-ray refers to an indirect defense, where a sliding piece conditionally defends an own piece, which is attacked by an x-rayed opponent sliding piece from the same direction. X-ray and batteries may be subject of static exchange evaluation.
X-ray museum [1]

X-ray Motives


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  1. ^ X-ray museum in Remscheid-Lennep, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, commemorating Wilhelm Röntgen's life and discoveries, Image by Gerd Isenberg, April 09, 2017

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