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100 Endgames You must Know (hc)

Vital Lessons for Every Chess Player

284 Seiten, gebunden, New in Chess, 6. Auflage 2023, Erstauflage 2008

32,95 €
Inkl. MwSt., zzgl. Versandkosten

New and improved edition of an all-time classic

The good news about endgames is:

- there are relatively few endings you should know by heart

- once you know these endings, that's it. Your knowledge never goes out of date!

The bad news is that, all the same, the endgame technique of most players is deficient. Modern time-controls make matters worse: there is simply not enough time to delve deep into the position.

Jesus de la Vila debunks the myth that endgame theory is complex and he teaches you to steer the game into a position you are familiar with.

This book contains only those endgames that:

- show up most frequently

- are easy to learn

- contain ideas that are useful in more difficult positions.

Your performance will improve dramatically because this book brings you:

- simple rules

- detailed and lively explanations

- many diagrams

- clear summaries of the most important themes

- dozens of tests.

Jesus de la Villa (1958) is an International Grandmaster born in Spain. He is a successful author and a well-known chess coach. He has won the Spanish Championship twice.

Weitere Informationen
Gewicht 670 g
Hersteller New in Chess
Breite 17,5 cm
Höhe 24 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2023
Autor Jesus de la Villa
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 6
ISBN-13 978-94-93257-72-6
Jahr der Erstauflage 2008
Seiten 284
Einband gebunden

009 Introduction

031 Basic endings

051 Basic test

058 Knight vs. Pawn

066 Queen vs. Pawn

076 Rook vs. Pawn

093 Rook vs. 2 Pawns

100 Same-coloured bishops: Bishop + Pawn vs. Bishop

107 Bishop vs. Knight: one pawn on the board

116 Opposite-coloured bishops: Bishop + 2 pawns vs. Bishop

137 Rook + Pawn vs. Rook

171 Rook + 2 pawns vs. Rook

189 Pawn endings

227 Other material relations

255 Final Test

271 Appendix

Gary Walters Chess:

"If you really have no patience for endgames, at least read Jesus de la Villa's '100 Endgames You Must Know'."

Marsh Towers Chess Reviews:

"The greatest strength of the book: breaking things down into well-worded chunks of easily digestible information."

GM Matthew Sadler, former British Champion:

"There’s not much to say about it, ­you just have to buy it and read it! De la Villa does a truly wonderful job of explaining useful endgames in a calm and measured manner that is clear enough for any strength of player to understand while still being interesting for stronger players. If you’ve never read an endgame book before, this is the one you should start with."

Elisabeth Vicary, USCF Online:

"[Former Women World Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk] said she had really enjoyed De la Villa's '100 Endgames You Must Know' and had made flashcards out of the 100 positions. One side of the card had the position, the solution was written out on the reverse, and she quizzed herself until she knew all 100."

Ted Greiner, British Correspondence Chess Association:

(comparing '100 Endgames' with John Nunn's 'Understanding Endgames') "Though Nunn's comments are clear and to the point, I found De la Villa's discussions easier to digest."

IM John Donaldson, jeremysilman.com:

"De la Villa does the job quite well. He emphasizes the practical and prefers understanding to memorization."

British Chess Magazine:

"A clear exposition of the most important endgames, with exercises to test your knowledge."

Max Euwe Centre, Amsterdam:

"The instructional explanations, the many diagrams and the pleasant presentation make this endgame book an interesting publication for club players with a rating from 1600."

GM Niclas Huschenbedt:

"My favourite endgame book, very clear and concise. If you only read one endgame book it should be this one."