By Dr. Max and David Hooper Euwe
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K-B 1 I6 R,,,,-BB Not 16. K x P ? PR5 17. PxPKK2. 16 ... K-Kt I 17 KXP P-,,R5 $8 P x P White wins as Example 69. 87 a game Schwcda 1929. Neither side appears to have any positional advantages in tRe no~rnafsense. It is obvious that a movo by either king loscs a pawn. It is thedore a battle of pawns, and the player with the movc is able to arrange the pawn-moves to his own advantage in cach case. It is difffcult to say why this should be so, although the option of moving a pawn one or two squarm et its first k a p is a significant Thc ending of v .
R6 B-K7 ch. advance of the more forward pawn, here the QP. Not 8 . Bnl ch.? 9. KRt5 BQ2 ch. 10. KR4 KK4 1 I . KX3S. 1 K--Q3 E--K 1 2 K-64. ,BS B--RS 10 K-Kt6 L O 2 4 P-Qfi Q2 5 &B3 8-R5 If 5 . , 8 K 1 White may offer a piece, 6. 3K5,and if: G . . BQZ 7. BKt6 BR5 8. BB7 as in th- tcnl-play. 5 B- K2 hstcad, While o&rs a pawn. 6 ... n-- QZ I f 6 . , K x P 7 . &KtS. -R 5 u8... K X P 9. BQ5ch. BBh. BBI? 11. KKt5. 1 11 P-K5 ch. KxP 12 K-B7 B-KrS 12 Not 10... BRS? 13. PQ6 KQS 14. BB6. -Q5 14 B-36 8-84.
KO8 KKR3 4. RQ7 B x P 5. PK6 KKt2 6. PK7 KBJ 7. BK8 B08 8. BB7 W i t e wins I (the bishop cannot at o m to KRS, I 1X MINOR RECE ENDlNGS and loses a vital tempo) S . . BRS 9. BR5 KK4 10. BK14 KQ3. Another line is f . PRS? BK7 2. RK8 BKt5 3. KQ6 K R 3 4. H47 B x P 5. PK6 RKtZ 6. BR4 UKt3 8 . KQ7 RK4 9. KQ8 KQ3. In both varbtions Black bas time to capture the RP, and to rerurn and iiike the vertical opposition, as 13xamplc 129. 1 ... K-R3 If I . . BKt5 2. RQ6 KR3 3. BQ7. I . . BKtb 2. BRS KR3 3.
A Guide To Chess Endings by Dr. Max and David Hooper Euwe