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School of Chess Excellence 1

Endgame Analysis

220 Seiten, kartoniert, Olms, 1. Auflage 2001.

Aus der Reihe »Progress in Chess«

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Mark Dvoretsky is regarded as the leading chess coach in the world, and in this series of books he reverals the training methods that have transformed so many of his pupils into champions. This first title is devoted to the endgame, and examines a wide range of positions, taken mainly from games of the author`s pupils. The comments are packed with practical advice, and special test positions and frequent questions ensure that the reader`s participation in the book is an active one.

"It's the sort of book that really makes me want to analyse endings, which is not a feeling I have that often nowadays! There are many amazing examples ... A fabulous book, and exceptionally readable, and it's good for you as well! Need I say more?"

Matthew Sadler in NEW IN CHESS

This book will also be available in German edition under the title "Geheimnisse gezielten Schachtrainings".

Sprache Englisch
Autor Dworetski, Mark
Verlag Olms
Reihe Progress in Chess
Auflage 1.
Medium Buch
Gewicht 650 g
Breite 17 cm
Höhe 24 cm
Seiten 220
ISBN-10 3283004161
ISBN-13 9783283004163
Erscheinungsjahr 2001
Einband kartoniert

007 From the author

Part one

010 The analysis of adjourned positions

011 An adjournment session that decided a match

014 Don`t hinder one another!

018 Traps found in analysis

021 Prize for the best ending

025 A study generated by mistake

028 I choose a plan that is not the strongest!

033 How hard it is to win a won position!

039 An incomplete analysis

043 Give me an envelope, please

048 Even grandmasters make mistakes

052 Flippancy is punished!

060 It is possible to be excessively serious?

064 The benefit of 'abstract' knowledge

068 A difficult analysis

073 Exercises for analysis

Part two

076 The endgame

077 The king establishes a record

083 Commentaries without variations

087 Mined squares

090 My first analysis

096 The transition into a pawn endgame

102 The fortress

113 The reward for tenacious defence

120 The principle of two weaknesses

124 Twin endings

128 Defence by frontal attack

133 Rook against pawns

138 A great master of the endgame

141 The strongest piece is the rook!

146 Like-colour bishops

149 Opposite-colour bishops

156 What remained off-stage

161 An amazing coincidence

167 Aerobatics

172 Exercises for analysis

Part three

176 Studies

177 Let training commence!

185 Deep calculation

190 Studies by grandmasters

193 Study ideas in practice

196 Playing exercises

200 Reciprocal playing

203 Exactly as in a study

207 The 'brillance and poverty' of studies

210 Exercises for analysis

215 Solutions to exercises


254 Index by material

256 Index of exercises by thinking skills and types of problems to be solved

258 Index of players and analysts

School of Chess Excellence 1