A Guide to Chess Endings

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Courier Corporation, 1960 - Games - 248 pages
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This book offers clear, thorough coverage of the most important, frequently encountered endgame situations. 331 examples are analyzed (each with its own diagram), including 30 examples of Queen endings, and 100 examples each of pawn endings, minor piece endings, and rook endings.
 

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A two author chess book. This book covers a large number of chess ending situations in detail, from the basic simple variety to more complicated endings of the piece and pawn variety. There are ... Read full review

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This book make me real how to play chess and one day to be come a GM or a IM

Contents

PAWN END1NGS
1
M1NOR P1ECE END1NGS
90
CHAPTER H1 ROOK END1NGS
132
CHAPTER 1V QUEEN END1NGS
215
1NDEX OF PLAYER8
241
1NDEX oF COMPOSERS AND ANALY8TS
247

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