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an draw is not necessarily inevitable. an win is achievable either way depending on blacks next move...
The game is a draw because niether Black nor White want to be the first to push a pawn. They are both content to just keep moving their Kings around until they agree to a Draw or it becomes automatic.
In the sample below, White ends up losing because he attempts to advance his pawn, instead of waiting for the Draw.
i have solved it.
that was easy :D
really? How about a nice game of chess?
lets come back to fun
I'm not very good at draws. Didn't solve it but I no pawns will survive.
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