Post Mon Oct 17, 2016 9:02 pm

How to win with opposite-colored bishops? (Kasparov teaches)

GM Kasparov has prepared a video lesson on opposite-colored bishops. By opposite-colored bishops, I mean the situation on the board where one side has a dark-squared bishop and the other side a light-squared bishop.


The endgame with opposite-colored bishops is a draw because the defensive side can blockade the passed pawn very well. Sometimes the position is a draw even if one side is two or even three (!) pawns up.

Useful rule: In order to break the blockade, you need to destroy the coordination of the defensive pieces.

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