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Silman's Endgame Course

Rook-Pawn(Stalemating the Stronger Side)

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  • hace 20 meses

    Ronliv

    In general, in the King and pawn vs. lone King position, the weaker side loses if he can't get his King in front of the enemy pawn--if you can't block and stop the pawn from queening, then you're a goner! However, rook-pawns often allow all sorts of exceptions due to the fact that there isn't a file to the side of the pawn(which creates many odd stalemate possibilities).

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