Introduction to chess endgames The endgame occurs once most of the pieces have been exchanged off, and each side must focus their efforts on getting a pawn to the end of the board to make a new queen. Contents 1. Basic endgame strategy.
Chess Endgames | 10 Principles for Beginners
Pawn endgames. Minor piece endgames. Rook endgames.
- Contemporary Geometry and Related Topics: Proceedings of the Workshop Belgrade, Yugoslavia 15 - 21 May 2002 ( World Scientific );
- How to Win in the Chess Endings?
- Product details.
- Universal Serial Bus System Architecture.
Queen endgames. Next Tutorial: Introduction to the Chess Openings: 1. Our Tutorials 1 How to play chess 2 Basic chess concepts 3 Developing a danger sense 4 Basic checkmates 5 How to start a game of chess 6 Introduction to chess tactics 7 Introduction to chess strategy 8 Introduction to chess endgames 9 Introduction to the Chess Openings: 1.
Pull up a chair and watch the world's most exciting chess endings. Then become an endgame master! He is a three-time U.
S chess Olympiad team. Currently one of the worlds top-ranked chess players, he is one of only a handful of players to have defeated world champions Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov in tournament play. 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. Read more Read less.
A place to enjoy and learn about chess
From the Back Cover Approach every endgame with a winning strategy! No customer reviews. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.
Winning Chess Endings
January 13, - Published on Amazon. Verified Purchase. Many times throughout the book you are given moves that are just not possible and you have to figure out what move they actually mean. For instance on page in the section on rook endings, the answer to quiz 7 is given as 3.
Ra3 a5! The same problem occurs in quiz 8, with Kg6 but alas the king is still on f4. There are also a few times when the notation tells you to move a rook to the square it is already on.. Maybe I am just missing something in how to read chess notation.
endings « ChessManiac
July 17, - Published on Amazon. This is an excellent book for novice and intermediate chess players! In this book, the author teaches the chess endgame principles by providing real-life game situations and summaries. For example, what to do when you have one bishop and a pawn Vs.