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As a chess player, I'm annoyed at the all too common oversight of having the chessboard sideways!
(By which is meant violating the rule "light (square) on the right".)
Or one could regard this as one of the *opposites* ?! --and surmise that
in this game it was the dark pieces moving first (and, so, having the same
orientation to the standard "white" of chess --queen on left, e.g.).
I cannot fathom the game, though, and am seeing two fewer *opposites* than,
as a chess player, I expect --to wit : the dark queen and one light pawn. Maybe the
pawn's by the king on the rook's file; the queen, if on the board, must be in the far
right corner beside and so hidden by her king.
As for the game, the man is moving a pawn in a position in which
his opponent has him on the ropes, and I cannot make out a decent
move with the pawn to avoid getting clobbered (queen backs diagonally
one for check : if king moves either way, mate follows; if the (dark) queen
blocks, the rook can pin her).
Lovely shot otherwise, congratulations!