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A draw in chess – what is it, in which cases a draw is made?
A draw in chess is the result of a game in which there is no winner or loser. Both opponents get half a point if the game ends in a draw,
A draw in a game can be recorded in the following cases:
1. Ended up material to continue further struggle.
There is no way to checkmate if you have:
by king and elephant of the same color;
king and two horses against one king.
A draw cannot be fixed if there are pieces or pawns on the board, and theoretically it is possible to checkmate, even cooperative. A cooperative mat is used in tasks that relate to the field of “fairy-tale Continue reading
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