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GM Misa Pap - The Importance of Small Tactics in Endgames - Vd2: Material Disbalance

Opening: C63, A57, B17, B09: Ruy Lopez - Schliemann Defence, Benko Gambit, Caro–Kann: Steinitz Variation - Smyslov Systems, Pirc: Austrian attack

Player(s): Savic, Pap, Etchegaray, Pavasovic, Nadj Hedjesi

The title tells the tale - sometimes, in endgames, you can use remarkable tactical sequences to transpose into one of those endgames with material disbalance, which of course, favors you. Obviously, you should always be careful because evaluating those resulting positions might sometimes be more complicated than it seems. But, once you master this method, you can use it whenever you get the chance, which also means more points! Also, if you manage to use this idea correctly and successfully, it means that you have reached a unique level of endgames understanding!

Teacher's library (107) C63 A57 B17 B09 Savic Pap Etchegaray Pavasovic Nadj Hedjesi endgame

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