In the endgame, generally pawns are valued more than a bishop. The reason is simple – A pawn can promote into any other piece except a king and pawn, while a bishop remains a bishop. Eshan Bhattacharjee (1438) had four pawns against his opponent, Ayushi Roy’s bishop and two pawns. The difference maker turned out to be White’s better placed advanced king. Check out this interesting endgame and also the second stage of Queen vs Knight-Pawn endgame. Do you know the theory of Queen vs Pawn endgame?
Video: Shahid Ahmed
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