Force a Draw here in the following positions. Those are basic chess strategies that you should know.
These strategies can save you half a point when you have a losing position. Then there is no other way to save the game.
The opponent has more material (pieces or pawns) and is going to win. Your only chance is to force a draw somehow.
|1) Black moves||2) White moves|
|3) White moves - Black is a rook up!||4) White moves - Black is about promoting a queen.|
|5) White moves - Black wishes to make a queen.||6) White moves - Black will win with his queen against the rook unless...|
|7) Black moves - White wants to checkmate Black on h2 if he promotes a queen.||8) White moves - if white queen moves Black hopes to checkmate on h2!|
|9) White moves - Black is a pawn up, White wishes to make a draw.||10) White moves - Black has a rook for a light piece so he is the exchange up and has more material.(a rook has more value than a knight or bishop) You have a losing game.|