Chess Endgames Books
Basic Endgame Concepts Explained by America's Leading Chess Teacher
The endgame has always been a particularly instructive phase of chess play. It provides the perfect opportunity for understanding the potential power of each chess piece in every chess situation-from opening move to checkmate. Yet unfortunately, the endgame is often viewed as an inaccessible area of play by average players whose experience is usually limited to watching championship games. Now Pandolfini's Endgame Course changes all that.
Pandolfini Endgame Course
Hermann Mattison was a strong chess player and an outstanding composer of endgame studies. This book brings together all of the endgame studies composed by Mattison that have not been lost to history. The collection includes the earlier as well as the later versions of studies which Mattison corrected or improved after their initial publication.
Mattison's Chess Endgame Studies
The Encyclopedia of Chess Endings (ECE), published by Chess Informant, is a five-volume comprehensive reference work on endings. Contributors to the series include experts such as Adorjan, Averbakh, Beliavsky, Botvinnik, Browne, Ftacnik, Gelfand, Gligoric, Hort, Huebner, Karpov, Kasparov, Kavalek, Korchnoi, Kovacevic, Mikhalchishin, Miles, Minev, Nunn, Parma, Speelman, Sveshnikov, Thompson (BELLE), Timman, Uhlmann, and Unzicker.
Encyclopedia of Chess Endings - BOOK III - Rook Endings - PART TWO
These 60 complete games, annotated throughout, emphasize Cuban master's elegant, classic, accurate, lethal endgame play against Alekhine, Lasker, Marshall, Nimzowitsch, Reti, the best. Here are real games from match and tournament play, but endings that seem like long-contemplated works of art.
Capablanca's Best Chess Endings