Of particular theoretical interest are the endgames with four against three pawns on the same wing. When White has the “right” bishop, he can usually easily “probe” the weakest point in the opponent’s pawn chain. An example of a flawless winning strategy can be seen in the ending of the game Leko-Topalov, Dortmund 2002....

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