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Clarke Translator. 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. The author, a Russian Grandmaster and endgame expert, takes the reader from the most elementary checkmates, through the exploitati 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.

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.

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To ask other readers questions about Chess Endings , please sign up. I wonder book uses the new notation system? Are there puzzles ,examples exercises? See 1 question about Chess Endings…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Chess Endings: Essential Knowledge.

Apr 14, Arlen rated it it was amazing Shelves: chess. This is the best endgame primer I've ever run across. In just a few pages, the author renowned Soviet GM and endgame expert Yuri Averbakh makes very clear the winning methods for simple endgame positions. These are the kind of methods players need to memorize, to use them to calculate more complicated endgames properly.

The material is well-organized and thoughtful, and the teaching very clear and precise. Especially for its price, it is one of essential parts of any serious chessplayer's libra This is the best endgame primer I've ever run across. Especially for its price, it is one of essential parts of any serious chessplayer's library. I can't count the number of games I've saved, and even won, against players who had not studied the endgames put forward here. Oct 18, Akshay Basavaraj rated it it was amazing.

I have a very strong opinion about this book and that is if you cannot be bothered to complete this book, you should quit playing competitive chess. This book is pages worth of endgame positions which should be in the back of a player's head. On average, it takes hours to complete this book entirely, hence my first sentence of this review. When I was looking for the "tinniest" book about the chess endgame for my students, I concluded that this the right title for them.

Averbakh has just covered the bare minimum one must know about final phase of the game. Funny, but my club-mate, who is also a GM, didn't know that the position on the page 53 - diagram 78 in the algebraic edition of the book is actually a simple draw.

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As a first endgame book, this one is excellent. Well, these are the endgames every Russian schoolboy learned first. You should, too. I never get endings in my own games. Besides, endgames are boring. Not only 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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Hi I want to learn chess endings I am beginner. In my language 4 chess endings book are translated but I don't know which is best for me? Which is first book for read and learn chess endings. By Bruce Pandolfini. Recommended despite the occurrence of occasional typos which minimally detract from its overall instructive value.

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