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Rook vs Bishop on odd-order board

R vs B is already a general draw on a 7x7 board, even with a "bad" Bishop (moving on squares of the same color as all corners). Presumably this remains the case on all larger odd-order ...
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Rook vs Bishop on odd-order board

I think it’s mostly a draw, whether or not the bishop can access the 4 corner squares. This is because for KR to mate K relies on zugzwang. If the Black bishop is still on the board, then it can ...
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