By Jesus de la Villa
This is a brand new and more desirable version of an all-time vintage! the good news approximately endgames is that there are fairly few endings you want to understand by means of center and that after you recognize those endings, that is it. Your wisdom by no means is going out of date!
The undesirable information is that, the entire similar, the endgame means of so much avid gamers is poor. smooth time-controls make concerns worse: there's easily no longer adequate time to delve deep into the position.
Grandmaster Jesus de los angeles Villa debunks the parable that endgame conception is complicated and he teaches you to lead the sport right into a place you're acquainted with. This booklet includes in simple terms these endgames that appear most often, are effortless to benefit and include principles which are worthy in additional tough positions.
Your functionality will enhance dramatically simply because this ebook brings you uncomplicated ideas, certain and full of life reasons, many diagrams, transparent summaries of an important subject matters and dozens of tests.
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