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Can you, yes; may you, absolutely not in a tournament game but you might get away with it in a club against other kiddies. Try doing your bishops upside down if rooks are too easy for you.


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As ever, it depends. In general, given adequate king shelter, the rooks have good chances when there are targets to coordinate against.


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Generally speaking, it's a draw. Most pawnless endgames are drawn, unless one side has a material advantage of more than a minor piece. Either side can win if there are short-term tactics. To check the outcome of a position, you can use an online tablebase. In particular, it's nice to view the longest wins for either side, which are (according to this page) ...


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