Chess Endings has 42 ratings and 3 reviews. Arlen said: This is the best endgame primer I’ve ever run across. In just a few pages, the author (renowned S . As a first endgame book, this one is excellent. It’s not chatty—the author after all was a leading establishment Soviet chess figure during the. In my language 4 chess endings book are translated but I don’t know which is best for me? “Chess Endings: Essential Knowledge” by Yuri Averbakh.

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Essential Knowledge on your Kindle in under a minute. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. It covers basic mates, as well as rule of the square, rook endings, philidor and lucena positions, triangulation, pawn endings, etc. See 1 question about Chess Endings…. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Go for Fundamental Chess Endings by Muller. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Amer Zahra rated it it was amazing Feb 20, Ravaszdi rated it it was amazing Jan 29, Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.


Oct 5, 6. Trivia About Chess Endings: Not averbajh do you learn how individual pieces function, teaching you the first principles of chess; you also gain confidence when playing your own tournament games because you have some glimmer of understanding about the more simplified positions your game is tending toward.

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JM rated it it was amazing Dec 13, The author, a Russian Grandmaster and endgame expert, takes the reader from the most elementary checkmates, through the exploitation of positional and material advantage, right up to the analysis of actual endings from master play. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

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By concentrating on the basic principles the average player is not only given a working knowledge of the endgame but also a firm foundation on which to further develop his or her interest and technique in this fascinating stage of a chess game. Essential Knowledge by Yuri Averbakh.


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Published July 1st by Everyman Chess first published June 28th This is the best endgame primer I’ve ever run across. I wonder book uses the new notation system? But to be honest, any of those books will greatly increase your endgame skill if you really read it and go over all the examples.

You will no longer be afraid to let your games play out naturally, because you onowledge start to have an idea of what to do when only a few pieces are left.