MP-1010

  The greater the distance between the pawns, the simpler the path toward the victory is, because the “short-legged” knight can’t battle against the king and strong bishop on his own. However, sometimes – when the other pawn is exposed, the path toward the victory can be extremely difficult. A study-like example is the ending...


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MP-1008

  When the pawns are separated several lines, the coordination between the knight and the king is even worse, so the stronger side – in general – wins more easily. The defence  consists of the king controlling one pawn and the knight controlling the other. Since the defending forces are more “stretched”, it is more...


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