Another one of Frédéric Lazard’s studies is highlighted in this video. Mr. Lazard has become, I think at least, a big favorite of many on the ChessNetwork YouTube channel, and I don’t think he’ll disappoint with his composition of a very simplified rook and pawn specific endgame. It’s surprising to see how what little material present on board can still produce something so aesthetically pleasing. The composition by Frédéric Lazard that is presented in this video was published in “La Stratégie”, 1912.
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