Chess Endings

Some articles on chess, endings, chess endings:

Chess Theory - Endgame Theory
... Many significant chess treatises, beginning with the earliest works, have included some analysis of the endgame. 1497) concluded with 150 examples of endgames and chess problems ... These included a number of theoretically important endings, such as rook and bishop versus rook, queen versus rook, queen versus rook and pawn, and rook and ...
Chess Endgame Literature - Annotated Bibliography - Large, More Comprehensive One-volume Books
... Basic Chess Endings, by Reuben Fine and Pal Benko, 1941, 2003, McKay ... Fundamental Chess Endings, by Karsten Müller and Frank Lamprecht, 2001, Gambit Publications ... A modern manual book by a noted chess teacher ...
Basic Chess Endings - Impact
... Larry Evans listed it in his "basic chess library" and said that it was "distinguished by lucidity and keen organization" (Evans 1970247) ... Copies of the book are owned by many generations of chess players around the world ... Yuri Averbakh (who wrote the five-volume Comprehensive Chess Endings and Chess Endings Essential Knowledge) based his research on this book ...

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