Composed Studies E-book: Pawn Endgames K+2P vs K+2P


When connected rim pawns are not blockaded the weaker side has realistic drawing prospects since it can also defend by stalemate motifs. This theme is nicely illustrated in a study by B. Horwitz and J. Kling published in 1852. The white king has considerable spatial advantage and can attack the enemy pawns from the rear, whilst the the white pawns are flexibly placed and safe from the counter-attack.


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