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Letter #02 -  2015

Sub:    Consecutive move rule
Date:    01/10/15  10:48:39 AM EDT
From:  Maurice W.

Would like to know the full definition of this move.

Dear viewer,

Threefold repetition rule:

A player can claim a draw if the same exact position over the board is repeated three times during a game. This should not necessarily be three times in a row.

Fifty-move rule:

The fifty-move rule states that any player can claim a draw if no capture has been made and no Pawn has been moved in the last 50 moves. This applies after a player completes his turn followed by his opponent’s turn.

More info:

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