tomtom2357 wrote:This is simply to play that, if the players reach a draw position, they simply start the game over.
These are distinct and different rules. Are you proposing yet another different attempt to modify chess in a way to eliminate the draw from chess? Or are you claiming that they are the same rule, expressed differently, given that both players are perfect AIs?tomtom2357 wrote:If you realize that you are forced into a draw position that you have previously been in, then you have to reverse the moves back far enough that you can move differently and not end up in a previous draw position.
I'm in a bad mood.battlesnake wrote:Unlike tic-tac-toe, chess can theoretically go on for an infinite amount of moves.
Yakk wrote:The downside to this rule is that there are forced mates that in theory would take more than X moves without a pawn move or a piece taken
DaveMcW wrote:Chess is a draw. A perfect AI engine will easily see and avoid any loss, and so will its opponent. Thus, draw.
DaveMcW wrote:2. Remove all of the pieces except the two kings and one white pawn.
3. This 3-piece game is now a draw according to endgame theory.
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