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7/8/2004 Karpov on the Net Page 6 of 6 This move opens the e-file, blocks the c2-h7 diagonal, and covers the e7-square making it more difficult for White to block the e-file with Bd6-e7. Re1, mating the White king. Bxg6 Seeing no other way to defend the position, Shirov plays for the win of a pawn, after which he did not imagine he could ever lose. Re7 This was the tactical resource that Shirov thought would be his saving grace. Bxe7 Rxa2 The White king is "in the box," and as a result, once the cpawn is eliminated, all bishop endings will be lost for White.

In the case before us my passed pawn has advanced all the way to d2. As a passed pawn marches up the board, it increases in strength and value. Here I have only to overcome the resistance on d1 and my pawn will be promoted. This would virtually guarantee a decisive material advantage, or at minimum a winning king and pawn endgame. b) Superior king position. My king on b2 is clearly more active and is the aggressor. From here I am attacking the a2-pawn, or I can "touch" the White bishop on d1. By contrast the White king on d3 is merely a passive defender.

As a passed pawn marches up the board, it increases in strength and value. Here I have only to overcome the resistance on d1 and my pawn will be promoted. This would virtually guarantee a decisive material advantage, or at minimum a winning king and pawn endgame. b) Superior king position. My king on b2 is clearly more active and is the aggressor. From here I am attacking the a2-pawn, or I can "touch" the White bishop on d1. By contrast the White king on d3 is merely a passive defender. c) The White bishop on d1 is in constant danger as he is is severely limited in scope by his own pawns on f3 and b3.

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