Endgame Magic #221: Highlights of the Tata Steel India Tournament

by Karsten Müller
1/2/2023 – In the Endgame Magic Show #221 - the first in 2023 - Karsten shows entertaining endgame highlights from the Tata Steel India Tournament 2023. | You can watch the Endgame Magic Show on-demand with a ChessBase Premium account.

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Endgame Magic #221

The diagram below shows a fascinating rook endgame, in which Black has a hidden way to win. Can you find it?

 

 

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HowardGutman HowardGutman 1/5/2023 01:44
Wow, like many it seems easy once you see the solution. I think more time should be spend on why we miss certain things. Why are moves that seem obvious in retrospect hard to see.
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