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Sub:    Knights in a game
Date:   02/22/15  11:09:11 AM EDT
From:  Jim


Usually, the Knights are exchanged early during a game and most endgames are often played without them.

My question is if there is an actual game or endgame where three or more Knights may still be over the board.

Jim L.

Dear viewer,

There are few games which meet the criteria you mention in your e-mail.

The following, is a game of an actual game played by Laszlo Szabo and Borislav Ivkov in Belgrade (1964) and in move 49 there are not only four Knights on the board... but five!

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