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    ''The game ended up a draw.''

    Is this sentence fine, please?

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    Re: draw

    You don't need the "up." The game ended in a draw.

    It's not entirely wrong to say "ended up" however; it seems to be an accepted idiom. You will certainly hear it spoken more often than see it written, I believe.

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