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more endgame tips here -
Mostly true (some of them are not always true).
Well yes, principles are not always true - only most of the time.
But like some guy said - you have to understand the principles before you can know when to break them
Viktor Korchnoi is the one.
See Kramnik's virtuoso in the endgame.
A miracle move from World Champion Vladimir Kramnik, sacrificing his Bishop in the endgame to break through his opponent's defencehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4a__EO7F8R8
I am not the best endgame player, so this was informative to me, thank you!
It's always good to review this type of thing.
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