Gennady Nesis's Exchanging to Win in the Endgame (Macmillan Chess Library) PDF

By Gennady Nesis

Endgames continuously glance relatively effortless to play end result of the relief within the variety of items at the board. however the strategies required are very various from these wanted within the middlegame, and particularly a lot suggestion needs to be given as to whether or to not alternate off yes items. in lots of instances, selecting the best trade might be the profitable circulation in itself. Gennady Nesis is a number one Soviet theoretician who has introduced his event to undergo on an important yet usually overlooked subject. each participant may still study the ideas during this e-book.

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