Generally speaking, what has the advantage during the endgame? Two rooks or a Rook, knight and bishop.
Assming a semi open position (aprox 1/2 the pawns gone)
I know that normally you would say that the side with the R+N+B is 1 Pawn equivelent up but I seem to remember a peice of research that possibly questioned this assumption for an at least partially open endgame.
Does anyone know a link for this research? It was into piece values and was posted on the forum some months back? It was a peice that re-evaluated and confirmed some of the long held beliefs of the relitive values of peices at different stages of the game using a large statistical sample for comparitive analysis.