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. Mário Rui Correia. Games from Mikail Shereshvsky’s book. English translation, Basic principles of endgame play. Everyman chess,Reprinted ,,

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A lot of good players that are fine in the openings and middle game seem to lose their way right before they get to the critical endgame. My 60 Memorable Games: The author observes, “A curious situation.

With chess, exact knowledge is only valuable in openings and theoretical endgames. I checked the computer and sure enough Stockfish 7 made a different move! Fundamental Chess Endings Kindle Edition.

Endgame Strategy by Mikhail Shereshevsky

Using classic examples from grandmaster practice, together with modern illustrations and instructive edgame by lesser-known players, Shereshevsky lucidly explains the basic principles of the endgame: I do endggame there is some truth to that, even if their assessment might be based on some blitz games, and not tournament games where I have more time to figure things out.

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Chess Tales by Roger Coathup: There is a particular emphasis on the battle between knight and bishop. I’ve broken it down into 4 categories, picked 2 books from each, but also listed some other worthy contenders. Posted by Roger Coathup at Preview — Endgame Strategy by Mikhail Shereshevsky.

Endgame Strategy

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The basic principles are broken down shersshevsky specific chapters that include multiple example games to illustrate. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required.


It is not a book of endgame theory, but rather is a manual of how to play complex endings, or even – you could say -queenless middlegames.

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A study of this book won’t make you a Bobby Fischer or a Gary Kasparov but it should improve the endgame technique of any player rated under Here is my takeaway – It would be a mistake to passively read this sort of a book in two or three days with the mikhxil of just skimming for general principles. But for those ambitious players who want to endgzme this is a good place to start.

Endgame Strategy by Mikhail Shereshevsky.

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 mikhaol.

For my own peace of mind, I ended up playing out that fndgame endgame a dozen or more times against a strong computer program trying different moves before I finally worked out for myself what the correct approach should be Well, there is Capablanca-Alekhine, NYwhere even the great Capa went wrong and missed a likely win.

“Endgame Strategy” by Mikhail Shereshevsky

AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. This task was way way harder than I first imagined, and has also made me realise I have some ‘catch-up’ reading to do. So start with the theoretical material, then move on to this volume after you have mastered basic endgame theory.


I think the idea is that – since Miohail never had a coach – I would have less understanding of the type of chess that is based on general understanding, for which a more experienced player can hand down the “tradition”. The volume was published initially inand includes many classic examples such as the above, Janowski-Capablanca, NYSaidy-Fischer, US,and many, many others.

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In any case, in I decided I could benefit from this book, and started looking at it more seriously. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Chris rated it it was amazing Dec 20, Take it slow and go back and rework the games several times until you are comfortable with the takeaway.

He’s not always trying to prove his point – you have to just believe him. So, what had I really learned if I could not play out the game with a slightly different reply to the position from the book? But not stdategy much, or you won’t learn it well. Check out Miller-Weltmander Izhevsk page Write a customer review.