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CLEARANCE - Better Endgame Play

After a player has acquired a basic knowledge of how to win or draw standard endgames, there remains the need to know the methods to use to be able to reach the basic endgames. In this book, Grandmaster Edmar Mednis teaches the skills involved in actual play of endgames, such as simplification, how to handle weaknesses, moves important to general principles and often overlooked techniques. This book will help you convert endgame advantages into wins!
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After a player has acquired a basic knowledge of how to win or draw standard endgames, there remains the need to know the methods to use to be able to reach the basic endgames. In this book, Grandmaster Edmar Mednis teaches the skills involved in actual play of endgames, such as simplification, how to handle weaknesses, moves important to general principles and often overlooked techniques. This book will help you convert endgame advantages into wins!

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ISBN 9780945470830
Author/s Edmar Mednis
Pages 172 pages
Publication Date Jan 1, 2002
Book Binding Type Paperback

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