RMP-208

  Sometimes, in blocked positions with a solid pawn structure, the knight can be superior to the rook. We see one such exceptional situation in the following position, which arose with reverse colors in the game Bronstein-Olafsson, Portoroz Interzonal Tournament in 1958.  

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RMP-179

  When Black has an outside passed pawn far from the promotion square, then all odds are on the white side. However, if that pawn is not more than three files away from the white passed pawn, the knight can sometimes do “miracles” because he can simultaneously support his own and stop the opponent’s pawn. […]

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