In the previous article we saw a number of ways in which a game of chess could end in a draw. One of the most comical ones however is the classical stalemate. Stalemate occurs when one side’s king is not under check and that side has no legal moves to play. Few examples can beContinue reading “Stalemate”

How a game of chess can end in a draw

Often players are confused about how and when they can claim for a draw. Making a wrong claim can mean gifting your opponent two minutes of time as a penalty, and in time pressure these two minutes can prove fatal. There are 6 ways in which a game can be drawn. Draw by threefold repetitionContinue reading “How a game of chess can end in a draw”

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