5 edition of Chess endings found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Y. Averbakh ; translated by P.H. Clarke.|
|LC Classifications||GV1450.7 .A8813 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|ISBN 10||0080320503, 0080320457|
|LC Control Number||86030381|
The book covers different endgames ranging from basic pawn endings to complex ones (like the theoretically drawn but very tricky R+B vs R). The endgames are distributed in chapters according to the material balance in them and correspond to the most common endgames that one would face in practical games. Nevertheless, as some others have /5(). Shop for Chess Endgames Chess Books at US Chess Federation Sales. We offer the widest selection of Chess Endgames Chess Books at the lowest prices with same-day shipping.
He finished in an extremely respectable 10th place in the famous Zurich Candidates' tournament of His previous books for Cadogan include Chess Endings: Essential Knowledge and Chess Middlegames: Essential Knowledge and the monumental five-volume series Comprehensive Chess : Yuri Averbakh. You need a thorough knowledge of the principles of chess endings, and this book is an excellent introduction to those principles. World-famous chess teacher Eugene Znosko-Borovsky clearly explains the importance of tempo, the rule of the triangle, the idea of related squares, the power of the pawn and king, and the versatility of the : Dover Publications.
Capablanca's Best Chess Endings Compiled by refutor. There are no books on endings from real life, no books from the practices of masters in actual play, let alone from the practice of a single master. This fact alone is enough to justify this book of endings, selected from the tournament and match play of the greatest endgame virtuoso the. You need a thorough knowledge of the principles of chess endings, and this book is an excellent introduction to those principles. World-famous chess teacher Eugene Znosko-Borovsky clearly explains the importance of tempo, the rule of the triangle, the idea of related squares, the power of the pawn and king, and the versatility of the rook.
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Chess Endings by Yuri Averbakh provides adequate instruction yet Chess endings book short of providing any significant guiding principles to apply to your end game strategy Averbakh covers all the varying end games piece by piece, from king-pawn endings to complicated rook and queen endings/5(18).
Basic Chess Endings, written by International Grandmaster Reuben Fine, is the most authoritative reference on the endgame. Serious students of the game find the work unmatched in its depth and range. Serious students of the game find the /5(30). Paperback Winning Chess Endings teaches endgame strategies in an exciting new way--by putting the player in the middle of the action with firsthand stories taken directly from famous matches.
Winning Chess Endings explains how to: The Amazon Book Review/5(36). Chess Endings book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. By concentrating on the basic principles the average player is not onl /5.
"Fundamental Chess Endings" is a fantastic book to learn endgame. It shows the fundamentals and has a lot of examples from past and very recent games. Finally, with this book I was able to learn how to mate with a bishop and a knight/5(62). This book *explains* the ideas (themas) behind the positions.
As many chess masters have stated - it's the study of the end-game that makes you a chess master. This is a good book to start the study. A useful guide, for when I was interested. If you are going to a /5(14). Our personal opinion is that books are the best source for endgame study and that the alternative sources are not that efficient as compared to the opening or middle game study: Modern chess databases have huge opening books that are regularly updated.
Therefore, one has instant access to every relevant theoretical game played in a certain opening line. Keres concentrates on frequently occurring basic positions, going through elementary endings, like king and queen against king, as well as a wide range of pawn, queen, rook, bishop, and knight endings.
Back in paperback, this classic chess /5. In his book, Winning Chess Endings, Yasser Seirawan does give strategies for playing the endgame, but they are strategies for each specific type of endgame. Don’t get me wrong.
There are plenty of tactics in this book that should be memorized, and as Seirawan tells us, being a good endgame player requires being a good : Stick Men. Chess Endings: Essential Knowledge – Averbach – This small book contains all the basics for chess endgames.
Practical Chess Endings - Chernev - An excellent collection of endgame problems covering most practical ideas. Tactical Chess Endings book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Far from being a rather slow strategic phase, the endgame in chess /5(8).
Another one Endgames You Must Know - de la Villa - "Every time I read this book I like it more. It's advanced, but seems to have its pulse on just what it claims".
All these are Dan's comments --> Chess Endings: Essential Knowledge – Averbach – "This small book contains all the basics for chess endgames.". Basic Chess Endings (abbreviated BCE) is a book on chess endgames which was written by Grandmaster Reuben Fine and originally published on Octo It is considered the first systematic book in English on the endgame phase of the game of : Reuben Fine.
Chess Endgames Network “In order to improve your game, you must study the endgame before everything else, for whereas the endings can be studied and mastered by themselves, the middle game and the opening must be studied in relation to the endgame.”. Other classic games collections: "Capablanca's Best Chess Endings: 60 Complete Games" by Irving Chernev - an essential collection of games of former World Chess Champion Jose Raul Capablanca, a true chess genius, and endgame virtuoso; "My Best Games of Chess ", 21st Century Edition, by Alexander Alekhine - the legendary games.
Book Description Comprehensive Chess Endings is a five volume master work by one of the world's leading authorities on the Chess Endgames, Grandmaster Yuri Averbakh. Grandmaster Averbakh is now the World's Oldest Grandmaster. Chess endings have an immediacy lacking in chess endgame or chess problems: endings are not theoretical or composed, but actual board positions, the point in every game when the superfluous falls away, leaving only the essential/5.
He has written huge books on single aspect of endgames: Comprehensive Chess Endings: pawns, minor pieces, rooks, queen etc. If anyone has those books I am sure you won't have time to read any book on endgame nor would you need one, as according to the name the books are indeed comprehensive.
Chess Endgame E-Books for Download. You've made it. Here's the ending, the final phase of a chess game; material is much reduced and it's time to convert advantages into a win or defend to a draw. The endgame in chess is most interesting, with knowledge available on general principles and specialized e-books on techniques for handling particular pieces.
Catalog Code: BER In this book, Sergei Tkachenko, a member of the Ukrainian team that won the 5th World Chess Composition Tournament in and which came second in,andhas selected of Oleg Pervakov’s best studies.
The book might better be called Endgame Themes John Nunn Thinks You Should Know. An offshoot of a (planned?) larger book on endings, Understanding Chess Endgames is a collection of essential endgame themes that features Nunn's usual mix of clear writing and laser precision. The layout is a little strange; in the introduction Nunn even.This book offers clear, thorough coverage of the most important, frequently encountered endgame situations.
examples are analyzed (each with its own diagram), including 30 examples of Queen endings, and examples each of pawn endings, minor piece endings, and rook endings.4/5(5). Buy a cheap copy of Tactical Chess Endings book by John Nunn.
Shows that the endgame is highly tactical requiring accurate calculation and .