Notes

Outcomes

1. Checkmate
2. Resignation
3. Forfeiture
4. Draw agreed
5. Forced draw

 

o Insufficient checkmating material, meaning both sides do
not have enough pieces left to possibly checkmate their
opponent’s king.

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,
OR
2. Capture.
***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

Anticipation (1)

Timing (1)

Eight moves (1)

Eight moves (2)

Eight moves (3)

 

Morphy vs. Consultants


Voluntarily resigned…


 
 
 
 
 

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

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Notation

Openings_Part_1

Castling

Type of Draws

Point System [BASIC]

Point System [DETAIL]

Rook Endgames

Mating Nets + Practice

Forcing moves

Stalemate examples