New PDF release: 100 Endgames You Must Know: Vital Lessons for Every Chess

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By Jesus de la Villa

ISBN-10: 9056912445

ISBN-13: 9789056912444

This is a brand new and stronger variation of an all-time vintage! the excellent news approximately endgames is that there are really few endings you might want to understand via middle and that when you recognize those endings, that is it. Your wisdom by no means is going out of date!
The undesirable information is that, all of the similar, the endgame means of so much avid gamers is poor. sleek time-controls make issues worse: there's easily no longer sufficient time to delve deep into the position.
Grandmaster Jesus de l. a. Villa debunks the parable that endgame conception is complicated and he teaches you to lead the sport right into a place you're accustomed to. This e-book comprises basically these endgames that appear most often, are effortless to profit and include principles which are necessary in additional tough positions.
Your functionality will enhance dramatically simply because this booklet brings you uncomplicated principles, targeted and vigorous reasons, many diagrams, transparent summaries of an important topics and dozens of tests.

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Bxf3 line White has found ways to fight for an opening edge. 9 ¦e1!? White has a wide choice here. c6 10 £d2 £c7 11 ¦ad1 ¤bd7 12 ¥h6 ¥xf3 13 ¥xf3 ¥xh6 14 £xh6 a6 Rytshagov,M−Chernin,A/Erevan 1996, Black is at least equal. ¦ab8 is the main alternative to the text, but it seems that there White also has chances for an opening advantage: 14 £d4! c5 15 £d2 14 f3!? e6?! This natural move seems to be the source of amazingly rapid problems for Black! It gives White the opportunity to launch a sudden Kingside attack.

14 £e2 ¥e6 15 f5 ¥c4 16 fxg6 hxg6 17 a5 Now Black has to strengthen White's centre after which I don't like her position that much, Computer−Ioseliani,N/Hague (Netherlands) 1993.

An unexpected and very strong move. Lutz,C−Espig,L/Bremen 1998− A great performance by Lutz! 32 Pirc − Austrian Attack− 5 0-0 [B09] Last updated: 10/07/04 by Andy Martin 1 e4 d6 2 d4 ¤f6 3 ¤c3 g6 4 f4 XIIIIIIIIY 9rsnlwqkvl-tr0 9zppzp-zpp+p0 9-+-zp-snp+0 9+-+-+-+-0 9-+-zPPzP-+0 9+-sN-+-+-0 9PzPP+-+PzP0 9tR-vLQmKLsNR0 xiiiiiiiiy This features one of White's sharpest weapons − the Austrian Attack. By playing e4, d4 and f4 White creates a very strong pawn centre and prepares a kingside attack. On the other hand this ambitious plan gives Black counterchances, as the seemingly strong central pawns may become a target.

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