By Jon Speelman
Unique discoveries within the endgame unearthed by means of Britain's prime professional and international championship challenger.
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Massive selection of nice chess video games from 1798 via 1938, with a lot hard-to-find fabric. absolutely annotated, prepared by way of establishing for less complicated learn. one hundred fifty years of grasp play!
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Mark Dvoretsky is considered the major chess trainer on the earth, and the 1st booklet in his university of Chess Excellence sequence is dedicated to the endgame. He analyzes quite a lot of positions, and his reviews are choked with suggestion. exact try positions and widespread questions make sure the reader’s participation.
The main entire number of chess difficulties ever released, together with 5,334 educational occasions, awarded via the world's top chess teacherChess analyzes greater than 5,000 distinct educational events, many taken from actual fits, together with 306 difficulties for checkmate in a single circulation, 3,412 pals in strikes, 744 buddies in 3 strikes, six hundred miniature video games, one hundred forty four uncomplicated endgames, and 128 event video game combos.
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