Three folds repetition (In Chess October Part 8)

Three folds repetition (In Chess October Part 8)


Occupying the center Opponent doesn’t want to occupy the center Control the center with another pawn Trying to make sure something defensive for development Protecting my kingside with a blocking knight Putting another pawn in the center Advancing his knight Advancing my bishop Looks like I have a good center Check! blocking move! Chasing the bishop away He choose to lose his bishop for my knight I lost my knight for a bishop Captures with a queen Going for a kingside castle A very dangerous queen Attack the queen with a rook Moving the pawn so I have a better control of the board He continues to backing off his queen Repositioning my rook Trying to attack the knight with my bishop Now my opponent has control of the board using his queen and knight Threatens the queen so it backs off Another queen move Moving the bishop into a better square Another attack on his queen This round he sacrificed his queen I am now using a linked bishop and pawn to defend each other a strong pawn move, backing off the bishop Targeting both rook and bishop temporary defending the bishop Check! King moves to f7 Blocking the advancing pawn Using a rook to attack the g2 pawn.Later advancing another piece if possible Nice, he backs of his knight.Hoping for a rook duo Somehow I have to get rid of the knight first Instead of the rook duo.I will take down the knight first Putting the rook on a safe square Good moves by both sides White decides to take my pawn and can play tactics if needed Taking the pawn first before doing anything big Opps…lost the bishop Have to move the king away from a rook check Now he captures my bishop.I am now down a minor piece Trying the rook duo attack He checks my king and my king has to move Another check by rook! Running away as fast as I can Check! Gaining traction on the knight Not accurate play by white but it is okay Trying for a rook duo checkmate Nice! blocking the second rank Sacrificing the rook if not it will be taken anyway He backs off his knight Moving the rook to a better square Maybe opponent is trying to trick me ?! Just a pawn move He advanced a pawn Repositioning my rook facing his pawn Using the h-pawn to get a free pawn and rook check after taking his g-pawn Check! He moved his king away from danger Trying to get another pawn My king has to run He goes to e3. And after this, he and I both chooses to move three fold repetition. Both of us got a draw for moving three times

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