In the position below, Fritz is white and has just played 54.Ke2, it is now black to play. In the game I played Kc3, it then played Ke3, the sequence was then repeated and Fritz claimed a draw by repetition. I was not disappointed as I genuinely thought it was a drawn position. It is not a draw, it is a win for black but I failed to see the winning method.
Tried to post game below which shows how the endgame should have been played but just cannot get it to post at the minute.
I just could not see that it was needful for black to move away to b1 or b2???
I wonder how many club players would have managed to find the win from the position above?
Ecc 12:12 And further, by these, my son, be admonished: of making many books there is no end; and much study is a weariness of the flesh.
Had a quick look at that Chess.com post about alleged "chess-cheating," it seems to be generating lot`s of comments! Thought this was a appropriate tune, suitable for the occasion. I did read an article somewhere quite recently where someone said, "Cheating will not kill Chess but the paranoia it generates will kill Chess."
1 Thessalonians 5:22 Abstain from all appearance of evil.