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Draw by repetition is a kind of draw that can happen in chess due to the threefold-repetition rule. This rule is in place to prevent games from going on forever with the same moves being made over and over!

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The threefold-repetition rule says that if a position arises three times in a game, either player can claim a draw during that position. On, this draw happens automatically on the third repetition.

One thing to remember is that the repeated positions do not need to be in a row. The three positions can happen at any point in the game. If a position is repeated three times, no matter where in the game, on the third time it will be declared a draw.

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Consider the below game, in which a position was repeated three times on move 51, 53 and 55:

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Move 51 for black:
Move 53 for black:

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Move 55 for black:
It doesn't matter that there are other moves in between, what matters is that this exact position happened three times. On the third time it is declared a draw.
Even if there were 10 different king and queen moves in between these moves it still would have ended as a draw. The only thing that matters is that this exact position was repeated 3 times in the same game. On the third time (move 55 for black) the game was automatically declared a draw.

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If, for example, a pawn had been moved, or the bishop or rook moved to another square, the position would be different and the draw would not have happened.

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So, pay attention to the position if you want to avoid (or cause) a draw by repetition!