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

  The ending of the game Guldin – Averbakh, USSR, 1955, corroborates the assertion that permanent pawn weaknesses as well as knight’s passivity are of crucial importance for the outcome of the game. Black to move wins by fixing the enemy’s weaknesses which will be emphasized later on by the advance of the passed pawn

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GM Vlatko Kovacevic

Vlado Kovacevic is a chess grandmaster and an endgame expert. He very successfully competed on the national team. From 2000 – 2004, he acted as selector of the Croatian Men’s national team. He is also a well-known chess author.