When a Bishop is Better Than a Knight

Mar 21, 2015, 8:27 AM |
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  • In open positions, as the bishop has more freedom to attack on both sides of the board
  • In those positions in which there are pawns on both sides of the board, especially if there is a pawn majority
  • In the endgame, the combination of rook and bishop is most of the times superior to rook and knight
  • When the knight doesn’t have any outpost in the center.