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Two Bishops

Having two Bishops when your opponent has either a Knight and a Bishop or two Knights is often, but not always, an advantage.  This is because the two bishops complement one another, each controlling the colour squares that the other cannot. So two bishops can control all squares.Smile

The following game is an example of the power of two bishops.

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