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My opponent and I agreed to a draw in this game. Is this correct? Or was there a way for one of us to win?
Not really, but there definitely are a few ways to lose.
Black just trades e-h pawns when he can and trades his bishop for the remaining pawn.
Yeah it's a draw, and without thought required.
This is totally drawn, since the b6 pawn is not going anywhere, and white cannot use it to get to the kingside. Black can move his bishop on the "short" a8-d5 diagonal, and answer Ka6 with Kc8.
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