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Modern chess tournaments began in the 1840s and the first international tournament was held in London, in 1851. Strong international tournaments were still quite rare and in the 1880s a master would have been lucky to be able to play in one reasonably strong tournament a year.
By the 1890s, however, a master could enter many strong tournaments throughout the year, and the prize money offered at tournaments made it possible for masters to have a professional chess career.
Nowadays there are many strong tournaments for masters and grandmasters, but there are also a huge number of tournaments for players of every strength. Weaker players today have the chance of improving their play by taking part in such tournaments, which are very competitive.
Fifty Moves Repetition Rule|
According to the official rule of the game, draw can be claimed if the last setup occurs third or more times, or there were no pawn moves and captures during the last 50-50 moves.
To claim draw write two equal signs at the end of your move.
This feature has been created to be in accordance with the official FIDE rules.
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