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*Whose move is it?
The diagram says that White is to move.
Not sure there's any way of knowing just by the board position. Either side could have pushed the b-d pawns last.
Ignoring the "white to move" whose move is it?
IT doesnt matter. drawn game
Yeah I guess in that sense it's nobody's move.
but whose move is it? I know its a draw but whose move?
I'm no good at these, keep on bumping till th experts come on
A better question to ask is 'Who made the last move', as it's nobody's move in that position.
Hey people, of course black to move. g4/f5/e7/d5/c6/b5 was the last move.
Black? but this is white?
Why this starting position??
THis would never happen in a real life game.
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