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By Reuben Fine

ISBN-10: 0812934938

ISBN-13: 9780812934939

Basic Chess Endings, written through overseas Grandmaster Reuben superb, is the main authoritative reference at the endgame. critical scholars of the sport locate the paintings unrivaled in its intensity and variety. Now, Grandmaster good friend Benko has revised this vintage with the most recent recommendations within the endgame and tailored the e-book to algebraic notation. the result's what chess aficionados were eagerly ready for--a completely smooth bible on easy chess endings.

A convenient consultant for the sensible participant, Basic Chess Endings makes a speciality of the facets of the finishing that ensue most often during play. With transparent language, it reinforces wisdom of the normal place and tried-and-tested ideas. hundreds of thousands of diagrams make examples effortless to persist with. An essential reference for each chess participant.

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235 237 238 239 46 Zugzwang White to move. 47 Close the trap Black to move. 250 48 Pin Black to move. 2 53 2 55 49 The cross-pin Win a rook or get a queen for a rook White to move. 50 Mate threat Black to move. a b c d e f g h 265 Sl Winning a Bishop Giving check to win a bishop Skewer check Black to move. a h c d 27'; e l' g h a 52 h c d e 276 l' g h Remove the guard White to move. 2 79 a b c d 281 e f g h a 53 b c d e 282 f g h Double attack White to move. 54 Double check Black to move. 290 291 293 55 Discovered check White to move.

A b c d e f g h 1 77 36 Deflect the king White to move. :1 b c d e f g h 185 37 Exploit a pinned chessman White to move. a h c d e f g h 191 38 Reinforce the attack Black to move. 193 a b c d e f g h 197 39 Two checks in a row White to move. � (' r g h a 40 h c d e 204 f g h Winning a rook without giving check on the first move Trap the rook White to move. a b c d e f g h f g h 206 a h l' d 209 l' r g h a 41 h c d e 210 Skewer Black to move. 42 Remove the guard Black to move. a b c d e f g h 217 43 Double attack White to move.

193 a b c d e f g h 197 39 Two checks in a row White to move. � (' r g h a 40 h c d e 204 f g h Winning a rook without giving check on the first move Trap the rook White to move. a b c d e f g h f g h 206 a h l' d 209 l' r g h a 41 h c d e 210 Skewer Black to move. 42 Remove the guard Black to move. a b c d e f g h 217 43 Double attack White to move. 44 Discovered attack Black to move. 229 231 233 45 Attack the defender Black to move. 235 237 238 239 46 Zugzwang White to move. 47 Close the trap Black to move.

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