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  1. Aren't 1 and 2 the same? And also if your time runs out but your opponent can not legally mate you it's a draw as well.

  2. For #4, checkmating with two knights is possible, but that alone is only a draw, unless if the opposing side has a pawn, because it is needed to force the king into checkmate.
    Comment down below if i got anything wrong

  3. He missed one. You can also run out of time even if your up a queen. If that happens when the opponent only has a king, it’s a draw.

  4. Isn’t insufficient material when there isn’t enough material to checkmate not necessarily force a checkmate?

  5. Draw on time & insufficient material

  6. Imagine wanna play 5 queen checkmate but stalemate 💀💀

  7. i knew the 50 move rule it happened to me

  8. When the clock ends and the opponent hasn't enough material

  9. There's also a dead position, where neither side can make any progress, for example, all pawns left are facing eachother and are blocking the opposite king from crossing the board. It would lead to repetition or 50 move rule but most other draws would too.

  10. What about timeout vs insufficient material?

  11. There is another one….. they both SACRIFICED THE ROOOOKKKK!!!

  12. Levy, 1 and 2 are the same. One is forced one is not, but still both times draw via threefold

  13. Perpetual checks is kind of wierd to include here, it's there really a rule that specifies it as a draw, it's say the 3-fold repetition and 50 move rule covers it and are more general

  14. Perpetual check is not a way to draw as it in it self can not Cause a draw because the rules Do not state so

  15. perpetual check is just the 3 times repetition in disguise 🥸

  16. what about timeout vs insufficient material

  17. Perpetual check is just a subspecies of repetition

  18. There’s also insufficient material vs timeout

  19. I knew about all these but didn't realize there were 6 draw scenarios.

  20. If your opponent dies in an otb game it is a draw as well

  21. And loosing on time If your opponents has no pieces

  22. There’s a 6th insufficient material vs time out

  23. And number 6: timeout vs Insufficient Material

  24. Also, if your opponent dies, it is a draw🥰

  25. I mean technically perpetual check is threefold repetition.

  26. isn’t there a sixth way where one person runs out of time while the other person has insufficient checkmating material

  27. First is like a part yet 2nd and 3rd combined

  28. Number 6: You flag while your opponent has insufficient mating material

  29. Number 6 is when one person runs out of time while the other person has insufficient material..

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