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here is the game you guys ! analyze it yourself ! :)
In the first diagram, after Kxa7 Kd6 Kxb6 Kxc5 doesn't white just play a4 to promote first and draw?
yes its a draw http://www.chess.com/analysis-board-editor?diagram_id=1607634
they both take turns to promote or they can just trade pawns. But not in this game, my oponent blundered. But the point is, my friend thought it would of been lost for me.
Again, the boards are flipped, the pawns are going the wrong way...
yeah sorry, dont mind it ! imaginie it the right side...
In the 3rd Diagram, it isn't a win for Black. It is a Draw. It is Called Stalemate.
no, black still has some moves...
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