Mastering the Endgame

Everyman Chess, 2001 - 176 pages
In this ideal book for dealing with one of the most difficult phases of the game, Grandmaster Glenn Flear develops ideas first outlined in his earlier book Improve Your Endgame Play. Building up a detailed understanding of the key ideas in the endgame normally requires many years of study and experience of practical play. In this book, Glenn Flear brings that knowledge to the reader in an easy-to-digest format.This guide explains the strategic considerations underpinning all important endgames; numerous test positions enable readers to gauge their progress; revolutionary layout allows readers to absorb the key ideas. (7 x 9 1/2, 176 pages, diagrams)

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Grandmaster Glenn Flear is a highly experienced tournament player and the author of numerous chess books. His clear explanations and lucid style make his books accessible to players of all strengths. His previous books for Everyman include Improve Your Endgame Play and The Offbeat Spanish.

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