A small difference in pawn structure can often change the nature of the position and it’s evaluation. In this chess lesson, GM Gabuzyan examines one such pawn structure. He explains the pros and cons for both sides. Then you’ll see practical examples on this theme that’ll help you to understand this concept better.

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