A different kind of book is Shereshevsky’s ‘Endgame Strategy’, one will not learn the basics from this book at all; it has more to do with transitions from the . Shereshevsky, Mikhail I. – Endgame Strategy ().pdf. Uploaded by. M├írio Rui Correia. Games from Mikail Shereshvsky’s book. English translation, Basic principles of endgame play. Everyman chess,Reprinted ,,

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Interestingly, what is missing is a book of Kasparov’s games by Kasparov. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. The games start from a diagram position no opening moves, but I was able to easily find most of these games in complete form in a chessbase database and then all the moves thereafter all the way to the end are provided. The black bishop and the two pawns prove no weaker than the white rooks.

“Endgame Strategy” by Mikhail Shereshevsky

Using classic examples from grandmaster practice, together endgake modern illustrations and instructive games by lesser-known players, Shereshevsky lucidly explains the basic principles of the endgame: Richard rated it really liked it Jan 04, Some time around then I played the following game with a tough, queenless middlegame. A collection of online articles about chess and chess players.


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I think I’ve had it since I was a teenager but I never spent much time on it until later. This would hopefully allow him to get to the heart of other positions more quickly.

Find a sponsor for your web site. Aug 23, 3. However, it is not really miknail basic endgames i. So many chess books confront the reader with endless, complicated variations. I quickly read through and played out the game in the very short first chapter. Shereshevs,y Endgame Strategy focuses on formulating the correct plan and only then turns to concrete analysis in order to achieve this plan.

I know several strong chess masters who the recomendation for a good endgame understanding is nothing more than this book. Aug 24, 4. The student is extremely unlikely to get any of the exact same positions as are in this book in his own games.

Whichever basic theoretical text you first master, this should be your next step. Everyman Chess February 21, Publication Date: Maybe this is because he is a trainer more than a practical player. Newer Post Older Post Home. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Dvoretsky’s ” Dvoretsky’s Endgame Manual “harder work, but the next step after you’ve mastered Averbakh’s book.


The examples are taken from actual games so they are practical demonstrations on how to master various endings and not theoretical fndgame which a player may never meet in over the board play.

Aug 28, 1. This book – as its name implies – is about the endgame.

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I studied the book and found it too boring and weak. Shereshevsky’s masterful guide to endgame play endgqme an essential work for every aspiring player. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. This book by Shereshevsky is one of the better ones. At the time I felt it was a pretty good game and it seemed that mihkail book had some influence on me. Thus, the book is not really covering extremely simplified positions where calculation and knowledge are key, but rather more complex positions where understanding and positional judgement are the most important factors, yet the game no longer has the “middlegame character”.

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