E-book: Knight Endgames N+3P vs N+2P

  In positions with two distant connected passed pawns the stronger side, as a rule, wins easily provided it can prevent the opponent’s counter-play on the other wing with reduction of material and creation of a passed pawn. In this regard the ending of the game Bivshev – Lilienthal, Kiev, 1954, is very instructive.  …

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