Why is this a stalemate?

dominicafuwape

Why is this game for me a stalemane.


I have legal moves which are repititions?

llama
dominicafuwape wrote:

I have legal moves

It's not your turn, so you don't have any legal moves.

It is black's turn, and he doesn't have any legal moves, and is not in check.

AtaChess68
I think you are mixing up 2 forms of a draw:

1. Threefold repitition (3 times the same position in the board): draw

2. Stalemate, no legal moves available but not check: draw
dominicafuwape
llama wrote:
dominicafuwape wrote:

I have legal moves

It's not your turn, so you don't have any legal moves.

It is black's turn, and he doesn't have any legal moves, and is not in check.

 

Ahhh I see thanks for explaining

 

Ajeazy1

Yeah, i think you had to put the rook on e3 putting the king in check and giving up the pawn on h4. Then moving the rook to f3 to protect the pawn at f5 all the way up until its promoted. 

agrainofrice

Though it's Black's turn and he is not in check he can't do any legal move anymore. Stalemate!

ajl721

You are confusing three-fold repetition and black not having any legal moves but not in check. It's I s black's turn and he cannot move despite not being in check, so the game ends in stalemate.

SmartField

When it is your opponent’s move and he doesn’t have legal moves, it’s a stalemate/draw

KetoOn1963

This is what happens when you get greedy instead of just winning the game.

hvenki
U1tranonocat wrote:
there are no moves that black can make so get noob \(^ω^)/

that wasnt very nice

ajl721

@KetoOn1963 That pretty much sums it up lol

hvenki

lol

PowerfulRadon

xD

eric0022

Finally, a stalemate involving no queen on the board.