RMP-629

  Positions with a “wrong” bishop are much more complex because there appears the motif of exchanging the rooks and reducing the material. But when the black pawn structure is weakened, and especially when his king is cut off on the eighth rank, White easily wins. To illustrate, let’s look at the ending of the […]

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RMP-609

  Black’s chance of salvation is much greater when White has an edge pawn and a “wrong” bishop. An example of how a sacrifice of an advanced passed pawn can enable the transition to a draw endgame with a “wrong” bishop, i.e. the endgame of a rook against rook and bishop, can be seen in […]

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RMP-598

  Problems in realization occur in positions with edge pawns only when White has a “wrong” bishop because he has to win the enemy pawn by not allowing the rooks exchange until he cuts off the opponent’s king’s path to the saving corner. All the difficulties that must be overcome on the path to victory […]

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