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What are the different rules for claiming a draw?

If I remember correctly from when I was first learning chess, draws can result from: Agreement 50 move 3 fold Not enough material to mate
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What are the different rules for claiming a draw?

For comparison, here's the rule under USCF. It's broadly similar to FIDE's in that you write but not make the move and stop the clock, but the penalty for a rejected claim is 2 minutes instead of 3. ...
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What are the different rules for claiming a draw?

My brother claimed a draw in England some years ago and then the arbiter told him that he should not have written down his move before he claimed the draw (his GM opponent then deviated and avoided ...
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Why is it a draw after check from pawn promotion?

This has nothing to do with promotion or check. Just the fact that there's no possible configuration which results in a king and knight checkmating a king. So the position you posted is declared drawn ...
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Why is it a draw after check from pawn promotion?

I am asking if there is a specific rule in chess regarding stalemate after pawn promotion, other than "the opponent cannot make a move". No, there are no special rules for stalemate after ...
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