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What is the longest (currently discovered) number of moves for a forced mate position where players will use both the 50-move draw rule and the 3-fold repetition rule if it will help them avoid losing.

Edit: Where the losing player attempts to make the game last as long as possible (or if possible draw) and the winning player attempts to checkmate as fast as possible. Both players playing perfectly.

For those interested this question covers where the 50-move rule is ignored: What endgame has the longest known forced checkmate?

What is the longest (currently discovered) number of moves for a forced mate position where players will use both the 50-move draw rule and the 3-fold repetition rule if it will help them avoid losing.

Edit: Where the losing player attempts to make the game last as long as possible (or if possible draw) and the winning player attempts to checkmate as fast as possible. Both players playing perfectly.

What is the longest (currently discovered) number of moves for a forced mate position where players will use both the 50-move draw rule and the 3-fold repetition rule if it will help them avoid losing.

Edit: Where the losing player attempts to make the game last as long as possible (or if possible draw) and the winning player attempts to checkmate as fast as possible. Both players playing perfectly.

For those interested this question covers where the 50-move rule is ignored: What endgame has the longest known forced checkmate?

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What is the longest (currently discovered) number of moves for a forced mate position where players will use both the 50-move draw rule and the 3-fold repetition rule if it will help them avoid losing.

Edit: Where the losing player attempts to make the game last as long as possible (or if possible draw) and the winning player attempts to checkmate as fast as possible. Both players playing perfectly.

What is the longest (currently discovered) number of moves for a forced mate position where players will use both the 50-move draw rule and the 3-fold repetition rule if it will help them avoid losing.

Edit: Where the losing player attempts to make the game last as long as possible and the winning player attempts to checkmate as fast as possible. Both players playing perfectly.

What is the longest (currently discovered) number of moves for a forced mate position where players will use both the 50-move draw rule and the 3-fold repetition rule if it will help them avoid losing.

Edit: Where the losing player attempts to make the game last as long as possible (or if possible draw) and the winning player attempts to checkmate as fast as possible. Both players playing perfectly.

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What is the longest (currently discovered) number of moves for a forced mate position where players will use both the 50-move draw rule and the 3-fold repetition rule if it will help them avoid losing.

Edit: Where the losing player attempts to make the game last as long as possible and the winning player attempts to checkmate as fast as possible. Both players playing perfectly.

What is the longest (currently discovered) number of moves for a forced mate position where players will use both the 50-move draw rule and the 3-fold repetition rule if it will help them avoid losing.

What is the longest (currently discovered) number of moves for a forced mate position where players will use both the 50-move draw rule and the 3-fold repetition rule if it will help them avoid losing.

Edit: Where the losing player attempts to make the game last as long as possible and the winning player attempts to checkmate as fast as possible. Both players playing perfectly.

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