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Look at the end VERY closely...
the game must've been a draw by repitition..!
You need to claim the draw in order for it to be a draw.
so how is this game won?
Time. Because if we go on forever, I will eventually win on time. I forgot to tell you the time controls.
He had like 20 secs and I had like 30.
At any point he could have clicked the "Draw" button for an automatic draw by repetition.
Obvious, either he is'nt aware about the rule or he doesnt know how to clain the draw..!!
You can do that? Wow. I wasnt aware. Sorry :P
Another option was naturally 22...Rfd8 (instad of putting the other rook there) when white may resign.
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