♡ 36 ( +1 | -1 ) Perpetual checkOk, so if you can manage to put your opponent in check over and over again, you can declare it a draw, but is it considered "cheap" or "unethical" to do this? It seems some people don't appreciate this, but I think if you can think up of a way to corner the opponent's king, good for you, you planned something and managed to dodge getting a loss despite your material disadvantage.
♡ 25 ( +1 | -1 ) The only "cheap" or "unethical" tactics emerge off of the chessboard. You should always play your best. If it leads to a draw by perpetual check in an otherwise losing position, then, well, your opponent should have prevented it.
♡ 28 ( +1 | -1 ) It would be nice if certain players would not first decline the draw and say "IF YOU WERE A GOOD PLAYER YOU WOULD TO RESIGN" but I guess there will always be people like that. That's just being a sore loser.... or, I guess, a sore non-winner.