4 Removed a remaining "horse", and switched to abbreviations, which IMHO are faster to read
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Why is it important to leave the opponent's pawn in this situation?

From over 7kk games only 426 ends with King+Knight+HorseKNN against King+pawnKP, of which 286 games (67.1%) is draw.

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In the two knights endgame, how should we block the pawn to force checkmate? In @SmallChess's answer, GM Samuel seem have made many mistakes...

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1937249

Why is it important to leave the opponent's pawn in this situation?

From over 7kk games only 426 ends with King+Knight+Horse against King+pawn, of which 286 games (67.1%) is draw.

enter image description here


In the two knights endgame, how should we block the pawn to force checkmate? In @SmallChess's answer, GM Samuel seem have made many mistakes...

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1937249

Why is it important to leave the opponent's pawn in this situation?

From over 7kk games only 426 ends with KNN against KP, of which 286 games (67.1%) is draw.

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In the two knights endgame, how should we block the pawn to force checkmate? In @SmallChess's answer, GM Samuel seem have made many mistakes...

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1937249

3 added 53 characters in body
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Why is it important to leave the opponent's pawn in this situation?

From over 7kk games only 426 ends with King+Knight+Horse against King+pawn, of which 286 games (67.1%) is draw.  

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In the two knights endgame, how should we block the pawn to force checkmate? In @SmallChess's answer, GM Samuel seem have made many mistakes... 

enter image description herehttp://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1937249

Why is it important to leave the opponent's pawn in this situation?

From over 7kk games only 426 ends with King+Knight+Horse against King+pawn, of which 286 games (67.1%) is draw.  

In the two knights endgame, how should we block the pawn to force checkmate? In @SmallChess's answer, GM Samuel seem have made many mistakes...

enter image description here

Why is it important to leave the opponent's pawn in this situation?

From over 7kk games only 426 ends with King+Knight+Horse against King+pawn, of which 286 games (67.1%) is draw.

enter image description here

 

In the two knights endgame, how should we block the pawn to force checkmate? In @SmallChess's answer, GM Samuel seem have made many mistakes... 

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1937249

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2 HorsesKnights against 1 pawn (endgame)

Why is it important to leave the opponent's pawn in this situation?

From over 7kk games only 426 ends with King+Horse+HorseKing+Knight+Horse against King+pawn, of which 286 games (67.1%) is draw.

In the two knights endgame, how should we block the pawn to force checkmate? In @SmallChess's answer, GM Samuel seem have made many mistakes...

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2 Horses against 1 pawn (endgame)

Why is it important to leave the opponent's pawn in this situation?

From over 7kk games only 426 ends with King+Horse+Horse against King+pawn, of which 286 games (67.1%) is draw.

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2 Knights against 1 pawn (endgame)

Why is it important to leave the opponent's pawn in this situation?

From over 7kk games only 426 ends with King+Knight+Horse against King+pawn, of which 286 games (67.1%) is draw.

In the two knights endgame, how should we block the pawn to force checkmate? In @SmallChess's answer, GM Samuel seem have made many mistakes...

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