Good knight vs. bad bishop -The whole story in one game (5)
During the last 4 articles we saw how GM Andersson managed to reach following favorable endgame position
White`s advantage is obvious. His king is in a superior position and in combination with his h5- pawn he controls the black extra pawn on kingside.
Also his minor piece, the superknight on d5, dominates the "bad" and not very effective bishop.
And last, but not least White will be able to create a passed pawn cause of his 4:3 majority on queenside an in center
And so it went on concretly:
A very deserved win after hard work. Here ends this post serie!
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