Norway Chess: Another instructive endgame – Chessbase News

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10/9/2020 The first four rounds of the Altibox Norway Chess Tournament saw a number of instructive and interesting endgames. Karsten Mller is happy and took a close look at the textbook-endgame between Jan-Krzysztof Duda and Levon Aronian in round 3, which shows why it is sometimes better to have less.

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