By Jesus de la Villa
This is a brand new and enhanced variation of an all-time vintage! the good news approximately endgames is that there are quite few endings you might want to recognize through middle and that after you recognize those endings, that is it. Your wisdom by no means is going out of date!
The undesirable information is that, the entire related, the endgame means of such a lot avid gamers is poor. smooth time-controls make concerns worse: there's easily now not sufficient time to delve deep into the position.
Grandmaster Jesus de l. a. Villa debunks the parable that endgame concept is complicated and he teaches you to guide the sport right into a place you're accustomed to. This ebook comprises merely these endgames that appear most often, are effortless to profit and comprise rules which are necessary in additional tricky positions.
Your functionality will increase dramatically simply because this ebook brings you uncomplicated ideas, specific and vigorous factors, many diagrams, transparent summaries of an important topics and dozens of tests.
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41 �a6 dS 42 �aS d4 43 �a6 c4! 38 ... e2 This unusual move is based upon two ideas; First, the white bishop, in case Black defends the gambit pawn with ... gS, can be played to f3, which makes possible the development o f 4Je 2 , thereby preventing the eventual attack of . . g4; secondly, the counter move of . . dS, if not made at once, is less force ful than in the ordinary Bishop's Gam bit, inasmuch as in this case the bishop is not directly attacked. lle 2, cannot well play ... 4Jf6, on account of eS, which, when the bishop stands on c4, would be met by .
Correct would have been 48 . . dS 49 �xdS �cS+, fol lowed by . . ll xf6 Axc3+ 57 New York 1 924 A questionable move to which the sec ond player committed himself without further investigation in consequence of his experience in his game with Dr. Tarrasch (St. Petersburg 1 9 1 4), and a somewhat stronger sub-variation later found by enthusiasts of that city. It re quires no especially deep examination of the position in order to be certain that this exchange is quite untimely, inas much as White, after the simple 6 ...
Rubinstein, Maehrisch-Ostrau, 1 923) is entirely without danger for Black, in account ofthe simple rejoinder 1 0 ... h6. Permitting the exchange of the impor tant king 's bishop. The following moves ought to come into consideration here: ( I ) 6 Axc6+ bxc6 7 d4, with which Black with 7 ... 4:Jd7 could lead up to a variation of the Chigorin Defense; (II) 6 d4 bS, whereupon, if he does not wish to bring about a position not un favorable for Black with 7 dxeS dxeS 8 iifxd8+ �xd8 followed by 9 . .
100 Endgames You Must Know: Vital Lessons for Every Chess Player by Jesus de la Villa