100 Endgames You Must Know
Vital Lessons for Every Chess Player
by Jesús de la Villa
New In Chess
The good news about endgames is:
- there are relatively few endings you should know by heart
- once you know these endings, that's it. Your knowledge never goes out of date!
The bad news is that, all the same, the endgame technique of most players is deficient. Modern time-controls make matters worse: there is simply not enough time to delve deep into the position.
Jesús de la Villa debunks the myth that endgame theory is complex and he teaches you to steer the game into a position you are familiar with.
This book contains only those endgames that:
- show up most frequently
- are easy to learn
- contain ideas that are useful in more difficult positions.
Your performance will improve dramatically because this book brings you:
- simple rules
- detailed and lively explanations
- many diagrams
- clear summaries of the most important themes
- dozens of tests.
Jesús de la Villa is an International Grandmaster born in Spain. He is a successful author and a well-known chess coach. He has won the Spanish Championship twice.
About the book
This book was previously published under the same title by New In Chess, ISBN 978-90-5691-244-4. The original paperback has 254 pages. In the e+Books edition, you can play through all the material on the live board. Navigate the Contents by chapter. Games are indexed by player (White or Black). Puzzles have hidden solutions.