The joy of endgames

All chess analysis, and that of endgames in particular, has been transformed in recent years by computer technology. Not only can you turn an engine on to get an instant assessment, which is generally fairly correct, but when you get down to seven pieces, then you have the ear of God — or rather an omniscient tablebase. In today’s column, we look at two fascinating endgames from the Grand Swiss in Riga. | Photo: Mark Livshitz

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