Examine this position from my rapid league match against Henry Yang (black pieces). This is why chess is so much fun. Treat this as an exercise.
What do you see?
A) After capturing on black's f6 and g6 squares, his "boxed" King side pawns are less mobile.
B) The b7 square is weak and the a6 pawn will fall because the rook on b8 is undefended. Then Ra7 will threaten the a6 push. The Black rooks are passive.
C) Black's actively placed King on d5 can be evicted anytime with f3 and e4, then after Kc4 the pawns can move up with d5.
When you add up all A, B and C it gives you an easy win. I calmly converted the endgame into a win.
NCM Vas Sladek vs Henry Yang, 1-0
NCM Vas Sladek
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