Chess Endgames for Kids

Chess Endgames for Kids

Book - 2015
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Most chess games are decided in the endgame. It is here where you reap the reward
for your good play, or else use all your cunning to deny the opponent victory. Knowing
just a few key endgame techniques will dramatically increase your confidence, as you
will understand what positions to aim for and which to avoid.
Starting with the basic mates and the simplest pawn endings, this book provides all the
endgame knowledge that players need to take them through to club level and beyond.
Müller carefully guides us step-by-step through a fascinating range of endgame tactics
and manoeuvres, helping us understand the underlying logic.
Throughout the book, many cunning endgame tricks are highlighted. You will have fun
springing them on friends, family - or your opponents in serious tournaments.
Chess Endgames for Kids makes learning chess endgames fun. But it is also a
serious endgame course written by a leading endgame expert, and provides a firm
basis for vital skills that will develop throughout your chess career.
German grandmaster Karsten Müller is arguably the world's foremost writer on chess
endgames. Whenever an interesting endgame occurs in a high-level game, the chess
world knows that it will soon be dissected and explained by Müller. Whether writing for
a low-level or high-level audience, his infectious zeal for the endgame shines through.
His 'masterwork', Fundamental Chess Endings (co-authored with Frank Lamprecht,
and also published by Gambit) is a modern endgame 'bible' and was studied
intensively in his youth by current World Champion Magnus Carlsen.
Publisher: London, England : Gambit, 2015.
ISBN: 9781910093610
Branch Call Number: j 794.124 MULLER K
Characteristics: 128 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Mercer, Shane D.


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