This week I shall follow up on last week’s column with a knight vs. bishop endgame with focus on the shortest diagonal in front of the pawn. I shall also present a study of my own, with solution to follow next week.
This week I shall continue the treatment of 2N vs. pawn. The knowledge from the second Endgame Column will come to use as you are encouraged to solve 20 exercises to get familiar with the 2 first phases:
Round 1 of the ongoing Fide Grand Prix in Palma de Mallorca saw an interesting endgame between two world class players. I have worked with the endgame to show how I used and created material for my recent book on Sharp Endgames.