In the example 32, with Black to move, we understood a huge defending value of opposition. This very experience may serve as a landmark to win in a wonderful study by R. Reti from 1928. The white rook attacked, and after the forced 1.Rd1? d4 the position would be drawn since due to opposition and shouldering, the white king would fail to break through on time neither to the square c3, nor to g2. Nevertheless, White to move wins!
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