RMP-530

  3.2. Rook and Knight against Rook, with pawns The presence of pawns in these positions, especially on the stronger side, fundamentally changes the balance of power. Victory no longer has to be achieved only by a direct mate attack or by winning an awkwardly placed enemy rook, but can also be achieved by promoting […]

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RMP-310

  Also in endgames with pawns separated by four files, victory is possible when the pawns are very close to the promotion squares, provided that rook sacrifice for both pawns can be prevented by file interference. We see such a case in the ending of the game Dziobek-Scheve played in 1920.  

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