4. Draw agreed
5. Forced draw
o Insufficient checkmating material, meaning both sides do
not have enough pieces left to possibly checkmate their
o Three-fold repetition, meaning the “same position” was
repeated on the board a total of 3 times.
o Fifty move rule, meaning 50 moves in a row were played by
each side without a:
1. Pawn move,
***If one pawn moves or one piece is captured, the count
STARTS OVER AGAIN.
o Stalemate, meaning one side cannot make any legal moves
but is not in check by his/her opponent.
o Draw by agreement, meaning both side agreed to a draw
despite the circumstances on the board.
Starting the Party
Eight moves (1)
Eight moves (2)
Eight moves (3)
Morphy vs. Consultants
1. Standard Tournament Chess Set/Bag
2. (Book) Checkmate! Ideas for Students
3. (Book) Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess
12.11.17 PUZZLE SOLVING
UIL Forcing moves CHECKS 9.25.17
Type of Draws
Point System [BASIC]
Point System [DETAIL]
Mating Nets + Practice