Luft

Luft, the German word for `air` (sometimes also `space` or `breath`), is used by some chess writers and commentators to denote a space left by a pawn move into which a castled king may move, especially such a space made with the intention of avoiding a back rank checkmate. A move leaving such a space is often said to `give the king some luf...
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Luft

Type: Term Pronunciation: lūft Definitions: 1. Rolf, 20th-century Swedish endocrinologist. See: Luft disease
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