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  1. 26 Aug '08 20:51
    If I am pushing a pawn to queen it & my opponent has no choice but to move his king back & forth on the same two squares is that considered a draw? Thanks for any response.
  2. Standard member irontigran
    Rob Scheider is..
    26 Aug '08 20:54 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by taipei5200
    If I am pushing a pawn to queen it & my opponent has no choice but to move his king back & forth on the same two squares is that considered a draw? Thanks for any response.
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  3. 26 Aug '08 20:55
    Originally posted by irontigran
    yes. 3 times in the same position is considered a draw. hit "claim draw" no need to offer a draw, its an auto draw situation
    If xe's pushing xyr pawn, it's not the same position.
  4. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    26 Aug '08 20:56
    Originally posted by irontigran
    yes. 3 times in the same position is considered a draw. hit "claim draw" no need to offer a draw, its an auto draw situation
    So that would be a no with a pawn march.

    P-
  5. Standard member irontigran
    Rob Scheider is..
    26 Aug '08 20:59
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    So that would be a no with a pawn march.

    P-
    oh, i thought he meant something like this.

  6. Standard member irontigran
    Rob Scheider is..
    26 Aug '08 21:02
    Originally posted by taipei5200
    If I am pushing a pawn to queen it & my opponent has no choice but to move his king back & forth on the same two squares is that considered a draw? Thanks for any response.
    ok now i think i get what you mean.

    both sides have to be doing the repeating, if you keep pushing pawns youre 100% fine