What does “pulling a draw” mean?
To "pull a draw" or "end in a draw" means to end a match or game with a tied score, meaning that there is no winner with a higher score. In this video, the speaker is explaining that the young Filipino chess prodigy was even able to tie with a player much older and more experienced than him. Ex: A: Who won the game? B: No one. It was a draw. Ex: The game ended with a 2:2 tie.
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