Endgame Studies: K+2P v K+2P (Part 1)

Dec 31, 2011, 12:01 AM |

Continuing my study of Reuben Fine's Basic Chess Endings, I have now reached Chapter II, Section V: King and Two Pawns vs. King and Two Pawns.


In Part 1, I will be reviewing the case where White has two connected passed pawns. As usual, I recommend that these examples are used in conjunction with the book.


No. 46

No. 47

No. 47a

No. 47b

No. 47c


No. 47d


No. 47f


Tomorrow, we'll look at positions where White has one passed pawn.