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Perpetual check. Explanation of perpetual check with an animated diagram.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Jester wrote on 2006-08-02 UTC
Well, if it's an aggressive player forcing the repetition draw, he wins. If the player is a passive player forcing the repetition draw, he loses. So who win if passive aggressive player when he forces loss?