Rook Endings drive the best blind
Rook Endings are extremely difficult, even for the best of the best.
This position has consumed by chess day, taken from Kamsky-Kramnik, Nice (Blindfold 2009).
I attempted to play this position against Shredder six times, recording 4 wins and 2 draws.
From this exercise, I gained an ideas and methods in Rook Endings through seeking improvements on the where I went wrong.
Firstly, I'll show the game continuation and why it is a draw. I'll then display my six games with annotations and finally highlight key positions/pitfalls one must be aware of.
White to play and win
The Game continuation
My Games (and Lessons) practising this position against Shredder