Exploiting weaknesses in rook endgames, Andersson – Huebner, Johannesburg 1981 · Endgame Strategy 2

Rook endgames are the most common type of endgame in chess. They can be very complex, and even for the most experienced Grandmasters, hard to hold or win. This game is an example of that.

We are starting in what shouldbe an equal position which the engine would easily draw. But. White has no weaknesses and black has one, which is very obvious and easy to play for. It’s not enough to win though, and black will have to cooperate to give white winning chances. Huebner did just that.

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