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But , either way white was able to win ! The steps only confuse the opponent
That means you did not grasp the principle at all. Look up a standard endgame book.
Thank you LaskerFan for the example
I was just wondering because in the puzzle , It took the same number of the steps for the king to reach b2 either horizantally or vertically.
where as in your example the principle works perfectly!
would I have seen it?
Cool puzzle! One of the best I've seen in a while.
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