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Coordination is crucial + the king attacks

Coordination is crucial + the king attacks
When two rook fight against a queen it is often extremely important whether the rooks can coordinate or not. That is the first lesson of our endgame expert Dr. Karsten Müller, who goes on to show us how normally drawish opposite colored bishop endings can be transformed if there are rooks present. Today's lessons include a very instructive blitz game

Posted: Tue 23 Aug 2011


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