Dear ChessMood Family, dear friends, welcome to the course "Knight vs Pawn".
This course will teach you the most important positions and ideas that you should apply in endgames featuring a knight and pawns.
Due to the knight’s unique movement, knight and pawn endgames can be tricky to master. However, because we only cover the most critical positions that you need to know, we’ve managed to condense the material into a few short sections.
Each position or idea should only take around 2 minutes to learn, and you’re free to skip any section you’re already comfortable with.
During the course, you’ll see many examples of how to win, or hold a draw in endgames with different combinations of a knight and pawns.
You’ll see the differences between having a knight vs separated, connected, and corner pawns. And, you’ll learn new techniques and ideas such as how to checkmate and how to stop pawns advancing using your knight.
Watch this course, apply these ideas in your games, and become a master in knight and pawn endgames!
|Name||GM Gabuzyan Hovhannes|
FIDE ELO: 2620
Olympic Champion under 16 (2010)
World University Champion (2016)
Hovhannes Gabuzyan became a Grandmaster at 17!
He is an Olympic Champion under 16 (2010)
He won the World University Chess Championship in 2016, Armenian Chess Championship in 2017 and joined Armenian National team.