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Well, based on the title "Edngame Principles" I immediately played 1.Bxh5 when after 1...gxh5 2.Kxf5 h4 3.Kg4 Black's kingside pawns fall and then it is a simple march with the king back to the Queenside. To me is a position-based "principle".
The actual solution - elegant as it is - seems more of a trick than a principle.
easy baby,u beginners should really pay attention to the boring endgame.
Easy, but I liked it XD
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