The horse and pawn combination can be considered to be a miniature version of the one chariot and one horse combination. The tactics used are similar except that the pawn is much more limited in ability as compared to the chariot.
As in all pawn endgames, the position of the pawn is a major factor influencing the outcome of the game. For recording purposes,
hp = high pawn, or any pawn that is NOT at the throat rank or bottom rank
bp = bottom pawn, or any pawn that is on the bottom rank or throat rank.
As in so many of the other endgames, the king plays a crucial role in helping to control the files.
This page is a continuation of the discussion of how the 1h1p combination fares against the combination of one cannon and various defensive pieces and pawn.
1h1bp hw 1c , 1h1bp d 1c1a , 1h1hp sw 1c2a , 1h1bp pw 1c1e , 1h1hp sw 1c1e ,
First created: 20th November 2011
Last updated: 21st November 2011
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