RMP-224

  Countless times we have been convinced that in chess there are no rules without exception, that no “law” should be considered absolute and eternal. This is confirmed by the case of an  absolutely safe “opposite” corner. By itself, coming into the “opposite” corner doesn’t have to mean definitive salvation, if the bishop takes a […]

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RMP-222

  Knowing the winning position shown in diagram 213.b makes it easy to find the right defense plan in critical situations with the king near an unfavorable bishop’s corner. The next position with the reverse colors arose in the game Schmuter-Huzman, the 1990 Ukrainian Championship.

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