Download e-book for iPad: 100 Endgames You Must Know: Vital Lessons for Every Chess by Jesus de la Villa

By Jesus de la Villa

ISBN-10: 9056912445

ISBN-13: 9789056912444

This is a brand new and stronger version of an all-time vintage! the good news approximately endgames is that there are fairly few endings you'll want to understand by way of 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 Your wisdom by no means is going out of date!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 comparable, the endgame means of such a lot avid gamers is poor. glossy time-controls make issues 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 thought is complicated and he teaches you to lead the sport right into a place you're conversant in. This ebook includes merely these endgames that appear most often, are effortless to profit and include principles which are helpful in additional tough positions.
Your functionality will increase dramatically simply because this booklet brings you easy ideas, unique and energetic motives, many diagrams, transparent summaries of an important topics and dozens of tests.

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Ull • d • � dwd • •••••••• - . � •• �· ·�- . � ��-� . � d -�d d �-"�� u . :• . B immediate threats, but Spassky's position is worsening with every move. The problem is that the black pieces are disconnected and cannot come to each other's help. Now, for example, it is impossible to defend the seventh rank by means of 33 . l:tt7 due to the hang­ ing bishop on d8. Db8 34 �cS llh8 35 l:txd8! 1·0 After 35 . l:txd8, 36 �e7 ! is de­ cisive. Df6 g6 34 Moscow Ct (2) 1974 In my long chess career the Dragon Variation has been used against me about 20 times, and I think only once has my opponent managed to gain a draw.

56 Merano Wch (9) 1981 8 e3 After 8 e4 llk6 ! Black has quite a playable game. xc4 cxd4 10 exd4 The idea of an early exchange on c4 was used by Kasparov in game 23 of our first match. d5 ! with a mass of exchanges. lLlc6-b4d5. hS! Exchanging bishops is useful for Black, but the straightforward 1 1 . xc3 1 3 bxc3 White i s clearly better. f6 White has immediate difficul­ ties defending the d-pawn. xe7 (D) 12 B A typical position with an iso­ lated d-pawn has arisen. But there is one important nuance which is favourable for Black.

In this case White has to be on the look­ out for danger with every step. However, he does have an interest­ ing resource: a) Not 14 'ii'c 2? xb3 17 axb3 l:txa1 1 8 'ii'x a1 lbc2+. b5) 15 . . b5 1 6 'ii'd3 b4 17 e3 lbb3 is no use to White either. e5 is better for Black. d) 14 lbc3 ! lbd4 15 'ii'd3 ! c6 ( 1 5 . b5 looks promising, but here as well there is a satisfactory de­ fence 16 e3 ! xc6 ( 1 6 0-0 is bad due to 16 . lbb3 ! xd2 :xd2 with an advantage for Black) 1 6 . . bxc6 1 7 e3 ! - the point!

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