Winning Chess Endings 4th Ed. - Seirawan

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About The Winning Chess Endings 4th Ed. - Seirawan

Good books about endgames for beginners are few and far between. "Winning Chess Endings" is a great one--gripping introduction to what you need to know to win chess endings, taught by American Grandmaster Yasser Seirawan. His entertaining, easy-to-understand style, incisive stories and insiders advice will help you develop a solid grasp of proven principles that you can apply with confidence whenever a game goes the distance. Winning Chess Endings teaches endgame strategies in an exciting new way--by putting you in the middle of the action with firsthand stories taken directly from famous matches. Pull up a chair and watch the worlds most exciting chess endings. Then become an endgame master!

  • Relentlessly find checkmates, from easy to hard, in all basic endgame patterns
  • Master the intricacies of King and Pawn Endings
  • Win consistently in the most common endgame--the Rook ending
  • Master the pros and cons of Bishop vs. Knight Endgames
  • Seize the advantage in Rook Pawn and Queen Pawn endings
  • Play like a grandmaster in solitaire endings
  • 240 Pages
  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Everyman
  • Published: 2003
  • Notation: Algebraic Notation

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Matt Autio
Seirawan Wins Again

Yasser Seirawan has a gift. His conversational is ideal for the beginning to intermediate player who wants to delve into WHY a move is either good or bad, thoroughly engaging in each specific concept before moving on in a way that feels almost like a private instructor. His entire "Winning Chess " series is cut from the same cloth, and this more recent volume is a worthy addition to his series.