RMP-619

  When the white king is next to his pawn, and the black passed pawn is not far advanced, the advantage is so great that victory is surely “in the pocket”. Problems in realization occur only when White has an edge pawn and a “wrong” bishop. One example of a successful fight against a close […]

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RMP-617

  Much more difficult is the White’s task if, in a similar position, he has an edge pawn with the “wrong” bishop. Great lessons are hidden in the next ending, which occurred in the game Sax-Kovačević V., Sarajevo 1982. To fully understand this position, it is necessary to know a few elementary bishop endings. In […]

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