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Two Bishops vs. Two Rooks

Here's the situation. I messed up take a look at the comments on moves 22 ... Bxf2 and 23. Rf1 

So here's the question. Has anyone looked at these types of endgames? Or are they typically deemed losing? Did I make the right call here after realizing my mistake?
I'm not asking for a full game analysis, just at the end where I drew. I still have my own full analysis to accomplish.
Thanks in advance.
Cheers.

Comments


  • 3 years ago

    Burnelr

    You had a win there on the moves where your rook was on g2 protecting the dark square bishop allowing you to take on e4 giving you two passed pawns.  I didn't analyze all the way through, but white probably trades off a rook to remove some short term pressure then you roll the pawns.

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