GM Mitrabha Guha (2265) had a decisive advantage for the better part of the endgame. Arpan Das (1952) fought back and managed to get a Knight and two pawns vs Rook endgame. Theoretically it can be held to a draw, however practically it is that much difficult especially when you are low on time. Find out what were the key moments where Black could have ensured the passed pawns cannot roll freely.
Replay the final moments of the endgame
Video: Shahid Ahmed
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