Amazing Endgames Composed Studies E-book: Basic Endings E-book: Pawn Endgames Important Endings King and Pawn versus King and Pawn

A far more complex case is a study by R. Reti published in 1921. White to move draws. At first glance it seems as though the white king had hopelessly fallen behind the enemy pawn, while the black king is inside the white pawn’s square. However, as previously, Black does not control the critical squares in front of the white pawn, which allows White to survive in a miraculous manner.


Key squares for white c6 pawn and the square of black pawn h5.


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