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- n. Insufficient promotion (of goods, services, employees, etc.).
- n. Promotion of a pawn to a piece other than a queen.
(Any number of additional bishops of either color on the same color of square due to underpromotion do not affect the situation.) * Mutual agreement - a player may offer a draw to his opponent at any stage of a game, ostensibly with the understanding that an eventual draw by other means is the likely result.
Much of the blame for the underpromotion, he said, lay with the previous administration and its preference for youth and fashion over heritage.
Jaeger added that it's not just a question of underpromotion, it's also a measure of not having access to the same tools that The Big N does.
Usually players always queen their pawns without giving a proper thought to underpromotion.
Having long experienced schedule changes, midseason debuts, and underpromotion, the acclaimed
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