E-book: Pawn Endgames K+3P vs K+2P

  A far more complex case was elaborated by N. Grigoriev in a study published in 1954. The white b-pawn is blockading two enemy pawns. However, should the white king move away, this would permit Black to achieve counterplay by the d-pawn. Yet, White to play wins. The strategy is very similar to that in…

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