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  1. My queen and king were along the same line. Which is how I lost my queen, the most powerful piece in the game.

  2. My queen and king were on the same line. Which is how I lost my queen, the most powerful piece in the game.

Do both the sentences mean the same thing?

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I would not use along here. They are on the same line.

Along the same lines is an idiom for doing more or less the same thing as someone else: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/along-the-same-lines

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