Isolated Queen Pawns: The Majors

Dec 7, 2009
23 min
FM/IM Rensch strips the board down further, leaving only a queen and rook each. Now most all the dynamic chances of the player holding the isolated queen pawn are gone-- but can his opponent capitalize on the single weakness on d5 with such limited material? And with so many rook endings being drawn? "When you have a tiny advantage, you have to play precisely."