Opposite Colored Bishops

Opposite Colored BishopsSometimes each side has a single bishop left, but they reside on opposite colored squares and can’t attack or block each other. Opposite colored bishops create very special conditions. Their presence may have a huge impact despite the material balance on the chess board. Sometimes opposite colored bishops help us save hopeless positions and win a draw, but sometimes they become the reason for gaining the winning attack..

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Playing with Opposite-Colored Bishops, Part 1

Opposite-Colored Bishops in Marin-Dreev

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Playing with Opposite-Colored Bishops, Part 2

Opposite-Colored Bishops with pawns

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Playing With Opposite-Colored Bishops, Part 3

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Playing With Opposite-Colored Bishops, Part 4

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