♡ 47 ( +1 | -1 ) How can this be a draw game?I just played the following moves (see below) and it came to a stalemate even though I had the advantage. I'm not a very experienced chess player so there must be something I miss. (See also my "past game history" "jdsonne vs joe768") Hope to get some answers! Thanks!
♡ 67 ( +1 | -1 ) chess rulesIt was your opponent's move, but he was not able to do a move meeting the chess rules. Both pawns couldn't move (one blocked and the other one pinned by your Queen) and the King had no space where to move because all were covered by the white tokens. This is "stalemate" and the result is a draw.
With your final move you covered the last escape square for his King (g4) and blocked his h-pawn, so you unfortunately killed two birds with one stone - but these birds were both good for you. A better idea would have been to move your bishop to e3 looking towards g5. No matter if he moves the h-pawn or his King (to g4), Qxg5 is mate!