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  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #1

    1cowboys1

    How do I protest a Draw in Game #891762991 ?  I had superior material advantage at the end of the game, but the game was ruled a Draw.  How do I protest this ruling ???

     Thanks,

     Cowboy1

  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #2

    baddogno

    That's called stalemate.  When your opponent has no moves except ones that will bring him into check, the game is declared a draw.  I'm sure you're not going to just take my word for it so you should probably google "chess stalemate".

  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #3

    1cowboys1

    No, I know what a Stalemate is.  That was not the case !!!!  My opponent had several legal moves to make.  I owned a superior material advantage with the pieces remaining on the board.  The game was called a Draw with  .05 seconds remaining on my opponent's timeclock ( I had about 2 1/2 minutes left on my clock).  I don't understand why this game was called a DRAW ????

    Can you Please look into this mater so it does not happen again !!!!!

    Thanks.

  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #4

    Remellion

    Once again, it is stalemate. Your opponent had no legal moves.

    The pawn cannot move. KxB illegal because of your d4-pawn. f2 and d2 guarded by your bishop, f3, d1, e1 and f1 all guarded by your queen. White has no legal moves, and it's his turn - stalemate. A draw.

  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #5

    blueemu

    1cowboys1 wrote:

    No, I know what a Stalemate is.  That was not the case !!!!  My opponent had several legal moves to make.

    List them.

  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #6

    nobbs66

    He had no legal moves. That was obviously stalemate


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