Sorry if the image is too small. Photobucket is giving me fits....
So, the two front kubbs are the ones in question.
Let's call the "leaner" Kubb A and the one it is leaning upon Kubb B
First, we must temporarily raise Kubb A to resolve Kubb B.
Generally, you are forced to go to an unobstructed footprint (away from the centerline pin) instead of to an obstructed footprint (sliding up against the centerline pin)
In this case, IF you go the unobstructed way with Kubb B (away from the pin), it forces Kubb A to be raised so that it is out of bounds, as Kubb B becomes an obstruction.
Yet, the overall mantra of raising kubbs is: "A kubb cannot be raised in a manner that forces another kubb to be out of bounds, unless there is no other option."
So, in this case, does that force Kubb B to be raised touching the pin?
Or, is Kubb B raised away from the pin, causing Kubb A to be short, via the obstruction of Kubb B?