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Stalemate in chess (In Tamil) – This Video particularly explains the Stalemate in chess in chess game.
Stalemate is a situation in the game of chess where the player whose turn it is to move is not in check but has no legal move. The rules of chess provide that when stalemate occurs, the game ends as a draw (i.e. having no winner). During the endgame, stalemate is a resource that can enable the player with the inferior position to draw the game rather than lose.
In more complex positions, stalemate is much rarer, usually taking the form of a swindle that succeeds only if the superior side is inattentive. Stalemate is also a common theme in endgame studies and other chess problems.
The reason why there might be no available legal moves is that the pieces could be locked in their positions for a number of different causes:
• Some might be blocked by other pieces. The squares on which to move might be occupied with other pieces of the same player or sometimes with enemy pieces.
• Some pieces could be protecting the king form check by standing in the way of enemy pieces. According to the chess rules this pieces can’t be moved because the king would enter in check.
• The king might have all its surrounding squares under the control of enemy pieces, occupied with its own pieces or occupied with protected enemy pieces.
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