Proof that computers cheat. no matter which way he went, i won, it was check mate, i was white and the computer black, but i guess it disagrees, WAT!?!?.. It's a stalemate because he can't move without putting his king into check which is against the rules, but isn't in a losing position, meaning he can just never chess depression AI
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - Kintaki
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It's a stalemate because he can't move without putting his king into check which is against the rules, but isn't in a losing position, meaning he can just never take his turn, so therefor you can never win but he can never lose.
#10 to #1 - tittylovin
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User avatar #25 to #10 - Maroon
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It is not at all like tic tac toe, what the **** is wrong with you?
User avatar #2 to #1 - Kintaki
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User avatar #3 to #2 - Shaostoul
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Someone beat me too it... I've barely played chess, but I ended up getting fairly acquainted with the rules for some reason.
User avatar #4 to #1 - masterfuck
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Thanks mate. Never knew the rules, so the way I won against the compuer was to push my king and a tower(?) up towards his, until I trapped him and won.
#11 - ganjalf
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It's not checkmate because the king is not under check.
It's not a cpu thing, it's the rule of the actual game.
Learn to play before whining on the internet, faggot
#16 to #11 - rprol
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unless of course white just went..
#21 to #16 - weirdobullshit
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The king has to physically be in check to prompt it to move out of check. If it can't move out of check then it is checkmate. The above is a stalemate or draw. The king isn't physically in check he just doesn't have any moves left.
User avatar #15 - vanttu
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How are you even playing chess without knowing the rules? Do you like randomly click positions unill the computer lets you place it there?
#19 - heyny
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learn to play chess you dumbass
User avatar #38 - tdogmeds
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(05/31/2013) [-]
Stalemate, unfortunately.
You have to get it so that the king is in danger AND can't make any moves.
#34 - whyohwhy
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User avatar #5 - drackmore
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Meaning you won so hard it wrapped clear around into fail.
User avatar #6 to #5 - drackmore
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Also what chessgame is that? I've been searching for a good 3d chess game but all the ones ive found are pretty subpar.
User avatar #7 to #6 - billybong
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Just a wild guess might be "Chess Titans"
User avatar #12 to #7 - drackmore
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Didn't see it in the top left.
User avatar #28 to #12 - lesrin [OP]
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it comes with windows 7
User avatar #40 - sinonyx
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posts something
is wrong and stupid
still gets thumbs

you can't explain that ****
#45 - Mutador
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this counts as a draw because the king isn't under attack, but he cannot move either. You can only win by killing the king, and you cannot skip turns, so if you force the king into a box where it's not under attack but cannot move either, you end up with a draw. Doesn't translate well into real world logic where being surrounded means you don goofd, but that's the rules of 'the game'
User avatar #46 to #45 - lesrin [OP]
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ya, didnt realise that, and ya i agree, in real life hed be ****** but in chess its a draw, o well
#47 to #46 - Mutador
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Good man!
User avatar #37 - nonameforyou
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Actually, that's a stalemate. If you look, the king can't move anywhere, but is not in check. So, while he can't move, he isn't going to die.