All I can say is: This is a great book.
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I hope it will bring you as much pleasure as it has me. It is a tremendous contribution to endgame literature certainly the most important one in many years and destined to be a classic of the literature if it isnt already one. The famous trainer Mark Dvoretsky has put together a vast number of examples that he has not only collected but analysed and tested with some of the worlds strongest players. This is a particularly important book from the standpoint of clarifying correcting and extending the theory of endings.
Most of all Dvoretskys analysis is staggering in its depth and accuracy. The famous trainer Mark Dvoretsky has put together a vast number of examples that he has not only collected, but analysed and tested with some of the world's strongest players. This is a particularly important book from the standpoint of clarifying, correcting, and extending the theory of endings.alta-krd.ru/scripts/88.php
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Most of all, Dvoretsky's analysis is staggering in its depth and accuracy. To call this the best book on endgames ever written seems to be an opinion shared by almost all reviewers and commentators. And I must say that I am not to disagree. Leia mais Leia menos. Silman's Complete Endgame Course: From Beginner to Master. The Complete Manual of Positional Chess: The Russian Chess School 2. Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors: How to Reassess Your Chess: Chess Mastery Through Chess Imbalances.
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Comece a ler Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual no seu Kindle em menos de um minuto. Detalhes do produto Capa comum: Seja o primeiro a avaliar este item. Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. Here is a real classic of chess literature, one that probably should be in every serious player's chess library. As you may well know, Dvoretsky is widely considered one of the best, if not the very best chess instructors for advanced players in the world. This volume can be considered, in a way, the successor to Reuben Fine's 'Basic Chess Endings', a comprehensive and detailed look at what are termed theoretical chess endings.
DVORETSKY'S ENDGAME MANUAL
With the advantage that there are far fewer errors in the current volume, and esoteric endings looked at in Fine, such as Q vs 4 pieces, are skipped here. That is, these are endings that have very few or no pawns present, and so can be worked out to exact outcomes with best play by both sides.
All essential endgames, such as the critical Lucena and Philador positions are covered, as are Bishops of both same and opposite colors, Queen endings, R vs minor piece, etc etc.
A valuable feature is that approximately ! The only other modern volume to consider in place of this volume would be Mueller and Lamprecht's 'Fundamental Chess Endings', another thick tome that is also authoritative, and very well written and organized.
Either one would be a superb choice for the advanced, dedicated player. If you are compulsive, get both!!
Dvoretsky's Engame Manual
More casual, lower rated players would be better served by picking more basic endgame works like Nunn's 'Understanding Chess Endgames" or 'Silman's Complete Endgame Course'. Master two of these volumes one on theoretical endings, one on strategic ones , then do the work at the board during your games, and you will be able to go toe to toe with very strong players! To those of you rated elo or higher and need Endgame training, this is for you. I learned how to play out types of Endgames. I was stuck at elo for a year.