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It is important for me to know it
Kg3,Be2,Na6,Nf8,d3/b:Kc6,Ne3,Nb7,b5,b6,d7 Black to play
5N2/1n6/Npkp4/1p6/8/3Pn1K1/4B3/8 b - - 0 6
Black to play
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Tantale wrote:

I would say yes, because how does white win it is just as valid of a
question.

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En/na Tantale ha escrit:
It is important for me to know it
Kg3,Be2,Na6,Nf8,d3/b:Kc6,Ne3,Nb7,b5,b6,d7 Black to play
5N2/1n6/Npkp4/1p6/8/3Pn1K1/4B3/8 b - - 0 6
Black to play
Thanks a lot


In that cases it's very important to know where you wish to go:

- You should try to exchange pawns (no matter if you exchange your three
pawns for white one).
- You need to avoid white having a passed pawn.
- You are interested in exchanging white bishop (the ending 2knight+king
vs king is draw)

I think this ending gives you great practical drawing chances

AT

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En/na Antonio Torrecillas ha escrit:

En/na Tantale ha escrit:

It is important for me to know it
Kg3,Be2,Na6,Nf8,d3/b:Kc6,Ne3,Nb7,b5,b6,d7 Black to play
5N2/1n6/Npkp4/1p6/8/3Pn1K1/4B3/8 b - - 0 6
Black to play
Thanks a lot



In that cases it's very important to know where you wish to go:

- You should try to exchange pawns (no matter if you exchange your three
pawns for white one).
- You need to avoid white having a passed pawn.
- You are interested in exchanging white bishop (the ending 2knight+king
vs king is draw)

I think this ending gives you great practical drawing chances

AT


I forgot to add that your b pawns are good distractions, I do not think
you will promote them, but you can use them to distract black pieces
trying to capture you the d white pawn.

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