[Event "Olympiad"] [Site "?"] [Date "2018.??.??"] [Round "?"] [White "Gunina, Valentina"] [Black "Efromskti, Marsel"] [Result "1-0"] [WhiteElo "2528"] [BlackElo "2313"] [Annotator "Hoetmer,Michel"] [SetUp "1"] [FEN "4r1n1/4kp1R/1p4p1/p1pPp1P1/P1P1P3/2P5/5BK1/8 w - - 0 37"] [PlyCount "19"] [EventDate "2022.02.10"] [SourceVersionDate "2022.02.10"] {[%evp 0,19,168,204,228,213,175,208,181,222,222,234,346,291,339,365,385,411, 405,434,438,406]} {[#] This endgame perfectly explains the problems with a knight without an outpost and with pawns which are targets for the bishop. Despite the fact that the position may look blocked, White wins bacause Black simply cannot protect all the exposed pawns.} 37. Bg3 Kf8 38. Rh1 {The knight is out of play, together with the king. The rook alone cannot protect all the weak pawns on b6, e5 and finally c5.} f6 {This desperate try will give nothing. } (38... Kg7 39. Rb1 {wins.}) 39. Rb1 fxg5 40. Rxb6 Kf7 {Now, several different moves can win for white, he just needs to pick one.} 41. Rb7+ Kf6 42. Rb5 {The game is over. Black played on, bu with inertia.} Rc8 43. Rxa5 g4 44. Ra6+ Kg5 45. Bxe5 Re8 46. d6 {Black resigned.} 1-0