Winning Chess Endings

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Microsoft Press, 1999 - Games - 239 pages
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"Winning Chess Endings" is a gripping introduction to the moves, strategies, and philosophy of chess endings from one of the world's top-rated players, American grandmaster Yasser Seirawan. Blessed with peerless story-telling skills and the technical knowledge to describe exactly when winning positions occurred in famous matches, he is the perfect guide for readers of all levels who want to identify winning game positions and actively participate in the book. With his convivial writing style and expert teaching methods, he helps readers develop a solid understanding of endgame principles they can apply to every game they play. This title includes tests throughout with answers at the end.

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User Review  - Murilo Andrade - Goodreads

Very good introduction to chess endings. It is not meant to be complete or to be used as a manual, but rather to serve as an introducion to main ideas in chess endings As usual, GM Seirawan dissects ... Read full review

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User Review  - Steve - Goodreads

The very BEST book on endings (and in fact one the the very best chess books of all time) is Jeremy Silman's Complete Endgame Course. BUT, thorough and effective though it is, you will find no ... Read full review


CHAPTER TWO King and Pawn Endings
CHAPTER THREE Queen and Pawn Endings

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Nikolay Minev is one of today's most respected chess authors and instructors. He lives in Seattle.

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