Earlier, we discussed how perpetual check can be utilized as a tactical strategy to secure a draw in a seemingly dire situation. Nevertheless, it may not always be feasible to continually target the adversary’s king, particularly during endgames that lack major pieces (queens and rooks). Fortunately, a comparable approach called perpetual pursuit can be implemented if certain conditions are met.
Let’s see a great example of this pattern. The following study was created by S. Birnov in 1928: