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B-527

  A very instructive position also arose in the endgame Paulsen – Metger ( Nürnberg, 1888 ) . White was forced to place the bishop on a7 in order to prevent the penetration of the black king on a8, but he still has to complete the other half of the job. That is, he can […]

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P-36

  2.3.2. Pawns on Adjacent Files Also in the case of pawns on adjacent files, a win is possible only if the enemy pawn falls and one of the critical squares along the passed pawn’s way to promotion is secured. As a rule, this occurs only when one of the players has a huge positional […]

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