3 edition of Essential Chess Endings found in the catalog.
Essential Chess Endings
James C. Howell
by International Chess Enterprises
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||125|
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This is a reprint of the classic work Basic Chess Endings by Reuben Fine, published in Although there are claims it has been superseded by other books, Basic Chess Endings by Fine remains the only book that covers all of the most basic chess. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Essential Chess Endings: The Tournament Player's Guide by James Howell (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!5/5(1).
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Essential Chess Endings is an antidote to the traditional dry endgame book. It focuses on the kinds of positions which arise most often in practical play and gives guidance on how to tackle them. Chapters contain examples from actual games and then the principles are tested by exercises at the end of each chapter/5(12).
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An update in algebraic notation to a modern classic. Highly recommended. Among the many chess books available that focus on end game technique, few excel in both application and concept. Averbakh covers all the varying end games piece by piece, from king-pawn endings to complicated rook and queen endings/5(18).
This is an invaluable chess book for anyone who gets in trouble in the end game. It clearly explains various categories of chess endings and how to approach Essential Chess Endings book.
For example, it talks about two kings against two pawns, a king and bishop against a knight and king, etc. This well-organized and approachable text will really help improve your end game/5(4).
Essential Chess Endings: The Tournament Player's Guide. Knowledge of the endgame is a vital area in chess, and many points are lost through an insufficient understanding of /5(11). By concentrating on the basic principles the average player is not only given a working knowledge of the endgame but also a firm foundation on which to further develop his or her interest and technique in this fascinating stage of a chess game.
The author, a Russian Grandmaster and endgame expert, /5. Essential Chess Endings: The Tournament Player's Guide by James Howell. Publication date Topics Chess, Chess books collection Publisher B.
Batsford Ltd Folkscanomy: Chess Books. Folkscanomy: A Library of Books. Additional Collections. Uploaded by zoriffying on September 8, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Essential Chess Endings Explained Move By Move book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.4/5. 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. A grandmaster and four-time U.S. chess champion, Yasser is also a fantastic chess writer and has written many fine chess books. His Play Winning Chess series is highly thought of, and is a favorite of players from beginner to His book (with co-author George Stefanovic) on the rematch between Fischer and Spassky (No Regrets: Fischer-Spassky ) is one of the finest match books.
The book is an 'oldie-but-goodie' treasure trove of pearls of essential chess wisdom and, like all of Z-N's books, a delight to read. Chess Training Pocket Book: Most Important Positions and Ideas. by Lev Alburt. A 2-volume series. The title says it all.
I read the blog post about the "Greatest Chess Books" and have put together a list I'd like to try to use to create a course of study. I would love it if I could get some feedback from those in the know about the most advantageous order to read these titles.
OPENINGS and ENDINGS, Yasser Seirawan. Yuri Averbakh was one of the leading Soviet grandmasters for two decades, competing in the USSR Championship 15 times between and 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.
An essential practical book, for all chess players, from one of the world's greatest grandmasters. Rather than attempting to cover every theoretical possible endgame position, Paul Keres deals with the basic types of position into which all other endgames will eventually be resolved.
The first chapter deals with the essential theory of basic rook endings, including rook vs pawn(s) and rook and pawn(s) vs rook. I've tried to Basic Chess Endings (Algebraic Notation), Fine Reuben - download book.
Essential Chess Endings: The Tournament Player's Guide James Howell Knowledge of the endgame is a vital area in chess, and many points are lost through an insufficient understanding of its basic principles.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(14). Buy a cheap copy of Essential Chess Endings: The Tournament book by James Howell. Knowledge of the endgame is a vital area in chess, and many points are lost through an insufficient understanding of its basic principles. Here, for the aspiring Free shipping over $ 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.
In Bernhard Horwitz and Josef Kling published Chess Studies, or endings of games, which contained positions. In Horwitz added more than fifty positions to the book, retitled it Chess Studies and End-Games, and completely omitted Kling's name (Horwitz & Kling ).
I have two that could reasonably replace Basic Chess Endings and The Ideas Behind the Openings. Mastering the Chess Openings vols 1 & 2 is also a why rather than a what book on opening theory.
Fundamental Chess Endings by Karsten muller and Frank Lamprecht is more of a bible for chess endings than a condenstaion of Basic Chess Endings. After all, it is always good to know if the exchange of the last pair of pieces is a good idea. When I was looking for the “tinniest” book about the chess endgame for my students, I concluded that this the right title for them.
Averbakh’s “Chess Endings: Essential Knowledge”.