In our initial articles on chess endgames, we emphasized the significance of the opposition. It ranks among the most essential techniques for attaining a victory or a draw. Now, let’s revisit this matter, but this time let’s explore the concept of distant opposition.
František Dedrle, one of the renowned Dedrle Brothers who lived between the 19th and 20th century, authored the following study in 1921. It prominently highlights the significant role of distant opposition and its notable variant, the diagonal opposition.