From our CBM Blog – Karsten Müller explains

3/26/2011 – "Do not rush," advises our in-house endgame specialist, GM Karsten Müller. "In opposite colored bishop endings the defender must be able to build the fortress." This was not done by young Anish Giri against the experienced Vladimir Kramnik. Dr Müller also analyses the Carlsen vs Anand rook ending, and shows us how sometimes study-like motifs occur in practical games. Analysis.

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Do not rush

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The mighty passed pawns

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The eternal hunt

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