Jan 20, A different kind of book is Shereshevsky’s ‘Endgame Strategy’, one will not learn the basics from this book at all; it has more to do with transitions from the . Shereshevsky – Endgame Strategy, pdf – Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online for free. Endgame Strategy has 39 ratings and 3 reviews. Robert said: To provide to soviet masters a good reference book about all the endgames, GM Yuri Averbakh .

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By using archetypal examples of various kinds of endings, the author is trying to let the reader understand better the general battle lines.

Aug 28, 1. Lists with This Book. I think it did help me to appreciate complex endings more.

Endgame Strategy

This book – as its name implies – is about the endgame. Nevertheless, I think Shereshevsky’s terse comments are very directed, and were designed to affect the reader. The ‘And Because’ Category Whilst the above books will all help your chess, this final category of books are in because I think it’s important to know about the history of the game, in particular the Cold War politics, indoctrinated mindsets and repression that chess has been instrincally linked to: With chess, exact knowledge is only valuable in openings and theoretical endgames.


Averbakh’s handbook covers all the basic endgame theory that every chess player should know and it’s amazing how many don’t ; essential I will be acquiring it as soon as I can. I’ll give them a close look. Mate in 13 for White MathsMaths0 sheresevsky min ago. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Books by Mikhail Shereshevsky. I do think there is some truth to that, even stratfgy their assessment might be based on some blitz games, and not tournament games where I have more time to figure things out. Mark all topics as READ. I much prefer Pachman’s book which you also mention.

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Interestingly, what is missing is a book of Kasparov’s games by Kasparov. But not too much, or you won’t learn it well. Thus, the book is not really covering extremely simplified positions where calculation and knowledge are key, but rather more complex positions where understanding and endvame judgement are the most important factors, yet the game no longer has the “middlegame character”.

I first started reading it and playing over some of the examples in the fall ofI believe. Unlike other fields, most of it is not specific knowledge.

This is another book which I don’t really know how I got. This week’s book review will be of the classic Endgame Strategy by Mikhail Shereshevsky. Zetta-georgia Grapsa rated it it was amazing Sep 14, Jklenear 19 min ago. If you teach a language, for example, the student needs to know that this word means this, that the correct sentence structure is this, that the ending for, i.


He’s not always trying to prove his point – you have to just believe him. To ask other readers questions about Endgame Strategyplease sign up.

He also wrote Mastering the Endgame with Leonid Slutsky. Silman’s endgame is much better.

Often people have said that I am not very good at endgames. Many players will have already seen those games.

Mikhail Shereshevsky’s Endgame Strategy

Junta rated it really liked it Aug 17, I’ve heard nothing but praise for that book. Shereeshevsky was the most difficult category, as I’ve read few of the great middlegame books. Thirty rounds of chess between fifteen fabulous players including 3 World Champions, inspiring analysis, arguably the dawning of the new ‘modern age’ in chess.

Daniel rated it liked it Sep 08,