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(Satr.) Yapılacak her hamlenin pozisyonu kötüleştirmesi nedeniyle hamle yapamama durumu
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in figurative uses

An explanation for this phenomenon may be that speech acts that include instructions (e.g., a command or request) show a higher level of activity than speech acts of assertion; the ethnomethodological analysis of conversation speaks of conversational Zugzwänge:²⁴ a request, a question or a command demands a reaction of the addressee.

A situation in which every move available to the player is disadvantageous
A position in which any decision or move will result in problems
German for "compelled to move" A situation that occurs when any move a player makes will weaken his/her position, however, he/she is compelled to move in accordance to the rules
A situation in which a player is forced to make a move as it is their turn. They would rather not move because any move they make will weaken their position
From the German `compulsion to move' A player foregoes immediate capture of compensating material for that just lost, and instead creates a larger threat the enemy must respond to, eventually achieving material (and perhaps positional) compensation Also, when every possible move worsens one's position
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German for "compulsion to move " Instead of automatically recapturing material, one player makes a move that creates a larger threat (such as mate) and gets the material later
a German word meaning "compulsion to move" When you are "in zugzwang", any move you make worsens your situation
"Compelled" to move - A position in which the side to move loses because he is compelled to move and surrender an advantage to his opponent Zwischenzug - See in-between move