How To Avoid Stalemate In Chess,
Is stalemate common in chess?
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 outcome of a stalemate was standardized as a draw in the 19th century.
Why do I always stalemate in chess?
The reasons for Chess Stalemate are:nnYour chess pieces are blocked by other pieces and for that reason they can't move. Your king must move, but can't, because he has no place to go. Your pieces are protecting your king from check and cannot be moved because they are pinned.