- Originally posted by Sebastian YapThe only difference is, my opponent made the move in 38 that lead to the position and I made the other two. during our move in 38 that position was reached once. During our moves in 41 the position was reached twice. During our moves in 43 I moved into the same position for the third time.
You only had 2 fold repetition. Only after 41... Qf5 and 43... Kf8 is the same. 38. Qe2 is not the same.
Read my post carefully again. See what is the difference between 38 and the other 2.
- Originally posted by Sebastian YapYou telling me why the third repetition of position in this game supposedly is not valid, has no forbearance on the outcome of this game. You're not offering or giving me advice that would change the outcome of this game. I have sent feedback. Thanks for your help in the help forum, but I think you are completely wrong. I have gone over it, over and over again, and I'm sober. It is the third repetition of position in this game.
I will tell you after your game has ended.
- Originally posted by Sebastian Yap"Third repetition of a position. If any identical position appears three times during a game, then the game can be claimed as a draw. Please note that each repetition must be identical with regards to en passant and castling availability. A draw can only be claimed along with a move that contributes to a repetition. Claiming after the repetition has occurred is not possible, unless the same position can be repeated again on a future move" (FAQ).
No, it is not. You don't know the rule properly.
Well please explain what I am missing then? All the pieces on the board had the same position at three different times during the game. I claimed a draw on the third repetition of that position of all the pieces on the board. I have been a member of this chess site for almost 10 years now and have claimed many draws for third repetition of position. I have never had this problem before. Please explain it to me then?? Thanks for your time.
- Originally posted by Sebastian YapYes, I did, 38 Qc4e2, a move that my opponent made, makes the third repetition of position that match with moves 41 and 43. Go over it again and you will see.
No, you didnt have 3-fold repetition. You only had 2 fold repetition. Only after 41... Qf5 and 43... Kf8 is the same. 38. Qe2 is not the same.
- Game 10107211 I am quite upset with this game. In move 43 I moved Kf7f8 and claimed a draw by third repetition of position. I made the move after claiming a draw and it did not give me a draw. In moves 38 Qc4e2 and 41 Qd7f5 the game pieces are in the same position as now. Can I please get the draw that I claimed that are the current rules of chess.
- Originally posted by KilgoreTrout15Segregation is the answer? You really are a lose anal-ed tool. It's Time to put you freaks back where you belong. In the back of the bus. How's President Obama working out for you? Good!!!!
You can start here.
2. Why is it happening? That's obvious but I won't say because all the libtards would cry about the answer.
3. A remedy? Segregation is the obvious solution, it worked before we became "enlightened" in the 60's.
- Originally posted by no1marauderI agree. If they have nothing to come to, then they will not come. Fines do not help, these people already have more money than they need. Jail time is the only answer.
The most obvious place to start is with those who employ illegals since virtual all illegals come to the US looking for work. Heavy fines or even jail time for such lawbreakers might discourage such activity.
- Originally posted by no1marauderFacts are facts. Fiction is fiction. The FDA gets told their facts. These cheap employees do have the effect on prices that I claimed. It is "impossible" for one family to pick all the oranges in an orange grove before the fruit spoils. Even a family with 15 kids. Facts are facts. Since when is there a reputable government source?? Never! that's when. Prices will go up without the illegals. The documentary I watched said our prices on fruit would triple if we lost this cheap labor. I assume somewhere around double. Either way the prices on fruit will go up.
So you are right and the FDA is wrong. Very well.
I give you one other option; labor is a small part of the expenses of such a farm as the figures show. Perhaps seasonal employees are needed for a short time. However, an increase in the wages paid to these employees could not possibly have the effect on price you insist it would.
...[text shortened]... aims and what data there is (from a reputable government source) clearly indicates the contrary.
- Originally posted by no1marauderYou clearly have never seen an orange grove, or how big they are. No, One family could not pick all the oranges in a typical orange grove. It is impossible. So tell us, How do all those oranges get in our supermarkets?? I'll tell you, illegals that's how.
I gave you data from the FDA. For whatever reason, you chose to disregard it. That is your choice but I fail to see what is so difficult about the concept of a "family farm".
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