Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual
424 Seiten, kartoniert, Russel, 4. Auflage 2014
The printing quality on page 366, 372, 378 and 384 is too bright. The complete edition is affected by this deficiency.
When it first appeared in 2003, Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual was immediately recognized by novice and master alike as one of the best books ever published on the endgame.
"Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual comes close to an ultimate one-volume manual on the endgame." - Lubomir Kavalek, The Washington Post.
"Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual is quite simply a masterpiece of research and insight. Most of all, Dvoretsky's analysis is staggering in its depth and accuracy." - John Watson, The Week in Chess
"To call this the best book on endgame ever written seems to be an opinion shared by almost all reviewers and commentators." - Erik Sobjerg, Seagaard Chess Reviews, where it was the 2003 Book of the Year.
Mark Dvoretsky is considered by many to be the premier chess instructor of our era. His works on the middlegame and endgame have set the standard by which other chess books are measured. He lives with his family in Moscow, Russia.
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010 From the Author (First Edition)
013 From the Author (Second Edition)
014 Publisher's note to the Third Edition
015 From the Author (Fourth Edition)
016 Other Signs, Symbols, and Abbreviations
017 Chapter 1 Pawn Endgames
071 Chapter 2 Knight versus Pawns
078 Chapter 3 Knight Endgames
085 Chapter 4 Bishop versus Pawns
095 Chapter 5 Opposite-colored Bishops
110 Chapter 6 Bishops of the Same Color
123 Chapter 7 Bishop versus Knight
141 Chapter 8 Rook versus Pawns
150 Chapter 9 Rook Endgames
239 Chapter 10 Rook versus Knight
250 Chapter 11 Rook versus Bishop
266 Chapter 12 Queen Endgames
279 Chapter 13 Queen versus Rook
294 Chapter 14 Other Material Relations
311 Chapter 15 General Endgame Ideas
341 Chapter 16 Solutions