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Ulf Andersson vs Zigurds Lanka
Tilburg (1994), Tilburg NED, rd 1, Sep-??
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Panno Variation (E63)  ·  1-0

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Mar-26-08
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  Mateo: Interesting Bishop ending. The point is that White passed pawn on the 'h' file is much more dangerous than Black's 'd' pawn in the center. Some nice tactical shots: 70.h6! (70...Kg6 71.Bh5+!) and 78.b5! (the Bishop on f5 controls the b1 and c8 square, the 2 promoting squares, blocks the 'f' pawn; the White King supports the 'c' pawn; and the Black King has to keep a watch on the 'h' pawn).
Mar-26-08  mistreaver: This ending shows very nicely the priniciple of puting pawns on squares of opposite colour then bishop. White's bishop has much more scope while Black's bishop is hemmed by his own pawns
Mar-26-08  mistreaver: And of course black's pawns can be targeted by white's bishop

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