I remember reading in some YouTube comment that Chess960 will lead to less draws or something. There was a comment response saying that it seems about the same. Then the original commenter replied in a correction that it may actually about the same but in Chess960 the draws will be 'fighting draws' and that compared to standard chess there will be less 'draws by theory'.
Question: What are the meanings of 'fighting draw' and 'draw by theory' ?
Guess: Draw by theory means 'quick draw' ?
After watching and reading more about David Howell re Hikaru Nakamura, I kinda suspect 'draw by theory' means exactly 'quick draw'. And then 'fighting draw' just means any draw that isn't 'draw by theory'. Then again, I'm assuming 'theory' here refers to opening theory (instead of, say...endgame theory?)
However, I have read about situations where openings are analysed all the way to endgames, so I don't think draw by theory refers to just quick draw. Maybe draw by theory is a superset of quick draw.