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By Reuben Fine

Basic Chess Endings, written via overseas Grandmaster Reuben wonderful, is the main authoritative reference at the endgame. critical scholars of the sport locate the paintings unequalled in its intensity and variety. Now, Grandmaster friend Benko has revised this vintage with the most recent suggestions 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 simple chess endings.

A convenient advisor for the sensible participant, Basic Chess Endings specializes in the elements of the finishing that ensue most often during play. With transparent language, it reinforces wisdom of the traditional place and tried-and-tested ideas. countless numbers of diagrams make examples effortless to stick with. An vital reference for each chess participant.

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1. Lb6, a×b6 1. L×b6/Lc5 1. Ld4 1. Kd5 1. ~ 1. Tf2, T×f2 1. La6 1. Sa7 1. S×b8 1. L×f2 1. ~ 1. De2, b5 1. e×d3 1. Sf5 1. e3 1. d1 1. Sf7 1. Sc5 1. ~ 1. Td1, S×d4 1. d×c5 1. d5 1. ~ 2. Sg6, T×f2 2. Ld5 2. Ld2 2. T×b7, K×e4 2. T×b5 2. S×f5† 2. Sc2† 2. Tb3† 2. L×c5 2. Se2† 2. L×c4 2. Se2†/Tb3† 2. T×b4 2. D×c4†, T×c4 [ 2. D×e5‡ ] 2. D×e5†, T×e5 2. De4† 2. D×f3† 2. D×c4† 2. Ka7, ~ 2. Df1, Lf2 2. S×g3† 2. Dc8/Db8 2. d3† 2. Sc5†, K×d6 2. Dc8, T×f2/L×f2 2. c8D, S×c8 2. T×f2/L×f2 2.

Dd6†, Td5 2. b3, T×f1/Kd5 2. D×c5† 2. D×e5† 2. b3 2. Dc3† 61 3. S×f5‡ 3. c4‡ 3. Lb4‡ 3. Tg5‡ 3. Sd6‡ 3. Td4‡ 3. Lg6‡ 3. Dg6‡ 3. Se3‡ 3. Lg6‡ 3. De6‡ 3. Lg6‡ 3. Dg8‡ 3. Lh7‡ 3. Dd3‡ 3. L×g6‡ 3. Ld7‡ 3. Dc2‡ 3. De1‡ 3. D×h4‡ 3. Da4‡ 3. D×g4‡ 3. Db4‡ 3. De5‡ 62 aftonbladets problemturneringar 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 1. Dh1, Kc6 1. e2 1. Kd4 1. ~ 1. c1 1. Lf5, f×e3 1. f3 1. K×d6 2. Le4†, Kd7 2. Sb4†, Kd4 2. Dh7, g6 2. Dh3, Kd4 2. D×c1 2. Dh8†, Kf4 2. Dh2†, Kd4 2. Sc8†, Kc6 2. Ke5 2. Dh8† 2.

1. f×e4 1. f×g4 1. Da2, K×e5 5. 1. Sg5 1. Sf6 1. b×c4 1. f2 1. D×b2, T×d3 1. T×b2 1. Tc2 1. ~ 2. Sg5†, Kd5 3. Db5‡ 2. Dd7†, K×e4 3. D×b7‡ 2. Td4†, K×e5 3. D×h8‡ 2. Td4†, K×e5 3. f4‡ 2. c4†, K×e4 3. Sg5‡ 2. Db5†, K×e4 3. Sg5‡ 2. Db5† 2. Lg8, Kc6 3. Sd4‡ 2. ~ 3. Db7‡ 2. Sc7†, Kc6 3. Ld5‡ 2. Kd4 3. Sb5‡ 2. D×h1†, Sg2 3. D×g2‡ 2. S×b4†/D×h1†, Ke5 3. f4‡ 2. Le8† 2. Sd8† 2. Sc7†, Kc6 3. Ld5‡ 2. Se6, f×g4 3. Sc7‡ 2. f×e4 3. c4‡ 2. K×e6 3. Dg8‡ 2. S×e4 2. d7 2. Db1, b×c4 3. Db5‡ 2. ~ 3. D(×)b5/d4 ‡ 2.

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