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Playing against Bishop Pair

How best do we counter the bishop pair advantage?

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Playing against Bishop Pair
Boris Avrukh

About the Course

The “bishop pair” happens when one side retains both their bishops. Since each of the bishops control different coloured squares, the pair ensures that there aren’t any squares that the bishop can’t attack.

In this camp, Boris shares his insights on how best to counter opponent's bishop pair advantage.

Course Content

The session includes multiple examples, PGN files available for paid subscribers.


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