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The Correct Exchange in the Endgame

Rozentalis Eduardas

The endgame is the most complicated erea of chess. In his book GM Rozentalis looks at some of the most important questions: the connection between the opening and the endgame, when to exchange, bishops against knights, be patient or just simplify.

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"New extended edition 2018"

In the Informant 120 I published an article “Going for a pawn ending — calculate the right exchange”.
Having received much positive feedback, I considered writing a book on this subject: how to decide about the transition to a pawn ending. However recently an excellent book “Liquidation on the Chess Board” has been written by Joel Benjamin and this persuaded me to reconsider the general concept and change the subject to the exchange of pieces in the endgame.

When should we exchange a piece in the endgame and when should we keep it? Why is it so important? How to make a right choice? In this book we examine different types of endings and offer guidance to decide upon the correct decision. We will focus mainly on the exchange of pieces, not pawns. The exchange of pawns will be the subject of a separate book.

Going through the instructive examples and numerous exercises you will see all the important aspects of the piece exchange in the endgame, and enrich your knowledge and understanding of the final stage of the chess game. Trying to solve the positions, you will certainly improve your decision-making ability and analysing skills.

The first edition of the book was very well accepted by chess players of different levels. Many chess coaches and teachers found it useful for their training programs.

  • Casa editrice Thinkers Publishing
  • Codice 6959
  • Anno 2018
  • Pagine p. 166
  • Isbn 9789492510198