Draws in Chess

Draws in Chess


in this part I would like to represent
you to type of trolls in chess there are six different type of trolls a draw is
worth a half point to each player while the victory is were pumping to the
victor and none to the playing losing the game the first type of toy I’m going to show
you is when there is a lake of mating material for example if all the pieces
get captured and only Kings left is drawn due to insufficient material the
two players can agree to end a game in a draw at any time regardless of the
position on the board or how many moves have been met this is also called two
kings throw also if there is only a single bishop or
a single night the result is again a draw due to the fact that we need at
least one rook to get a checkmate or even a pound will be sufficient since it
might promote in the end a chess game could be drawn if each
player has made fifteen months without the moment of any pound and without any
chapter this type of draw often occurs when one site has only the King and the
other more pieces to checkmate so d1 meat more pieces has 50 moves time to
win the game for instance as we can see in this position black has a huge
advantage to win and white has the chance to survive 450 moves for a draw perpetual check is when one side can
check the opponent infinitive times in a row and the other has no chance to
escape for example here white can check the
black queen all the time I’d have seven check kingi 896 Jack King
h8 and black has no other way to get out of check so white can claim the game is
strong because white doesn’t have the chance to win the game due to the
material it’s fine to have a draw in this game again here white has a huge
advantage and black is fine if he can draw it queen c5 check King edge to only
move Queen f4 check here if I place queen g1 black and check again King edge
to Queen f4 here if g3 we have perpetual check again and the game is strong pity
for white stalemate is a stray chest where the
players whose turn it is to move is not in check and that player has no other
legal moves it’s a type of TRO which survives the player that is losing the
game let’s see how it works with the examples in this first example white as
Queen and King and black has only the King it’s actually Queen’s maid position
that white can easily do however white plays the worst move here
Queen g6 okay let’s see why it is the first move it’s black turn and black has
only the King but has nowhere to go as you can see Queen covers all the
squares around him black is not in check what do we know in order to end a chess
game you have to give a check it means black has no legal move and it is his
turn so this is an example of stalemate pity for white because he was about to
win and black conclude lies the drove in a lost position the second example I’m
going to show you is also a typical one you can meet your opponent with only one
look white a sterically winning position nevertheless in chess game anything can
happen if white plays here group b7 the King cannot take the route because white
king defends it here due to the fact that route controls the other squares
black King cannot move and no check no other piece to play and again stalemate here we have our third example in this
position white grabs the palm unconsciously as we can see black has no place to go
cause of Queen and King also the black pound cannot play here it cannot take
the palm so this is also a stalemate so all for example black is bound up
here however why it is a past pound and it is about to reach the other side –
Queen Black has to get rid of it and place the only move Bishop c4 check
Queen f2 also the only move like has to take otherwise white wins easily now
White has the move now even though their White has four pieces none of them can
play and no check again it is Talmud in our last example regarding stalemate we
will see a great theme of chess white to move here black has the winning position
because of Queen again truck Queen usually evens easily against rook King
another pound cannot prove as we can see here let’s imagine here what would
happen if white will not have this disrobe – it will be a stalemate let’s
try to get rid of the stroke Queen b8 white says take my route
well I cannot take it if he takes it it’s stalemate again why trouble and
nothing to blame like gets his King out of check white rice the same Queen b7
here take my rope Queen a6 why can check again owing the fact that he cannot take the
rook very funny why can sacrifice the rule constantly
for example Queen a5 Brooke again rose again rook sacrifice here and this time
is called crazy rook as we can see here it’s crazy we are aware of Stellman
because it can ruin your victory and it could also be a last of all player that
is about to lose the next type of dough I’m going to show
you is draw due to repetition if the exact same position on the board occurs
three times then either player can claim a draw by threefold repetition the game
doesn’t end in a draw automatically so you can carry on if you want to but if
either player claims to draw then the game ends immediately even if the other
player wants to carry on the important thing here is the same tree position
should not be in a row one position could be in move ten and the other one
fifteen and the last in mode 25 but it must be the same position like a photo
the example game is between former world champions Fischer against Petrosyan
feature has too many pound weaknesses as we can see here
that’s why draw is a good result for him in this position
please remember this position because it’s going to occur twice more in the
game Petrosyan plays Queen in five
threatening the rook however Fischer plays Queen h5 leg cannot take the rook
cause Queen f7 check King h8 only move Queen
f8 King h7 and here we can see that type of troll which is perpetual check so
that’s the tone here black has to play Queen f6 and Queen e2 here we can see
the position occurred again this is the second time and rookie five Queen d3
defending the pawn twice root d5 and Queen e2
and as you can see what the same position up to three times and even not
in a row and at this moment it is said that Petrosyan didn’t understand what
was going on when Fischer claimed to draw it was the first time for petrosyan
this type of draw had been claimed against him this is really interesting lastly mutual agreement is one of the
most common ways for a game to end in a draw however I would recommend beginner
players to avoid offering roles because anything can happen in the game at this
level

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