The repetition of two consecutive chases, of which one is also an invitation to exchange pieces, is regarded as a perpetual chase. Even if both moves can be viewed as chases as well as invitation to exchange pieces it is still a perpetual chase.
In a situation where side’s A chariot and King are pinned down by side B’s chariot and cannon, and side A perpetually attack the menacing chariot with a horse or a canon, it is regarded as a PERPETUAL CHASE on the chariot, and will be ruled as a loss.
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