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I meant beginning at move 40, but thank you for your input.
You can't ask for help on the forums about games in progress.
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You are not allowed to ask about a game you are playing. It is a form of cheating. The correct thing to do is to resign now.
I don't want to have any moves given, I just want an opinion as to whether or not it is a draw if I play it right, I repeat: I DO NOT WANT ANY MOVES GIVEN TO ME, I JUST WANT AN OPINION AS TO WHETHER OR NOT THIS POSITION IS CONSIDERED A DRAW.
Yeah, that sort of information isn't allowed for ongoing games either.
That still is advice on your current ongoing game.
Having said that everybody makes mistakes, so just enjoy your other games.
Get out. :)
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