Kings to the QueensideIn endings concrete calculation is often called for:
The eternal fight bishop against knightUsually with play on both wings and dangerous passed pawns the bishop has better prospects, but the knight can try to establish a blockade or to use his tactical abilities:
The worst enemy of the knight
The rook's pawn is very dangerous as the knight is quite clumsy near the rim:
The Rook into the Corner
The ending with rook h- and f-pawn against rook is extremely difficult to defend over the board:
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