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    14 Dec '08 20:10
    There appears to be no record of draw offers in a game. If there was this would stop people offering draws several times in the same game when they couldn't remember if they had already.
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    15 Dec '08 04:25
    I've seen in books and magazines that they have an = sign next to where the offer was made in the list of moves. Could this not be incorporated into the game history?
  3. Standard memberRaven69
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    15 Dec '08 05:16
    Yes, it would probably be especially useful for people with a huge game load, for whom it is not so easy to remember every draw offer.
  4. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    17 Dec '08 01:38
    Originally posted by Dr Strangelove
    There appears to be no record of draw offers in a game. If there was this would stop people offering draws several times in the same game when they couldn't remember if they had already.
    I like your idea. What I do so I remember, is send my opponent an in game message of my draw offer, and why it is a draw. Perpetual check for an example.

    It does get irritating when opponents keep repeating the draw offer, especially when you happen to be up by a minor piece or two. 😉 ! I find then the iggy feature, comes in nice and usefull. 🙂
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    17 Dec '08 05:43
    By the FIDE rule E13 a draw offer shall be marked in the protocol.

    "FIDE E13: The offer of a draw shall be marked as (=)."

    It would be good if the pgn of the game is marked the same way.
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