TWIC 1226 (More)Hungarians in Action

Here are a couple of nice endgames

Berkes-Mihok

King’s Indian Classical 9.Bg5

TCh-HUN 2017-18 rd9

After 66..Kg7(Diagram)

The King’s Indian bishop is not passive but is really not doing so much without a target. The Nh2 is no star either, looking a bit boxed in on h2. f3 is secure so Black is not going to make progress on the f-file and is rather reduced to waiting play

Black has no attackable weakness with g6 and c7 adequately protected.

What do you recommend for White?

After 66..Kg7

Papp,G-Sipos

Petroff 5.Nc3

TCh-HUN 2017-18 rd9

After 26..Rxd5(Diagram)

White is up a clear pawn but Black has some compensation from the bishop pair.

The task is now to convert the P+

What do you recommend for White? (It is more to do with the pace of play and what exchanges to make)

After 26..Rxd5

 

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