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I am in a position where I have a rook, my opponent has a rook and a knight. We are now on move 98 and he refuses to accept a draw. Am I wrong to find this rather tedious, is he able to force a victory in such a situation?
You are not allowed to ask for help in a chess game going on.
My opponent needs the help. As I suspected he can only hope for a blunder in this on-going game.
You're only a few moves from being able to hit "Claim Draw" whether your opponent likes it or not, anyway.
i had a guy like that....i just made sure a check mated him...
1/28/2015 - Horvath vs. Lajos Mayer, Budapest, 1917
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Rules re Asking for Resignation
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