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Understanding Rook vs Minor Pieces Endgames

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232 pages, paperback, Russel, 1. edition 2019

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A Journey into the Land of Rook vs. Minor Piece Endgames

Knowing the abilities and limitations of the minor pieces and their cooperation with a rook is very valuable for mastering the secrets of the royal game and this can be studied best in the endgame. The book before you now will take you into a mysterious and charming world. The actors in these fairy-tale stories are the rook, the bishop, and the knight.

This book is the third volume in the authors’ acclaimed Understanding Endgames series. It follows a dual philosophy, like their previous works, Understanding Rook Endgames and Understanding Minor Piece Endgames. It deals with seven-piece minor-piece endings in some detail. These endgames are often so deep that pre-tablebase analysis almost always contained errors.

Many new discoveries are revealed here. In addition, the authors emphasize the important five- and six-piece endings every club player should know. But to really understand minor piece endings, these theoretical positions are of course not enough. Sub-chapters on the principles of each material configuration have therefore been added.

“If you enjoy beauty in chess, if you want to improve your handling of the endgame, and if you want to become closer friends with the rook, bishop, and knight on the chessboard, then this journey into the land of rook and minor piece endgames will reward you.” – from the Foreword by Alex Fishbein

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Weight 320 g
Manufacturer Russel
Width 15,2 cm
Height 22,8 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2019
Author Karsten MüllerYakov Konoval
Language English
Edition 1
ISBN-13 9781949859119
Pages 232
Binding paperback

005 Bibliography

006 Preface

007 Foreword by Alex Fishbein

010 The History of Creating Seven-Piece Endgame Tablebases

015 Chapter 1 Rook versus Knight Endgames

047 Chapter 2 Rook versus Bishop Endgames

110 Chapter 3 Rook versus Two Knights Endgames

124 Chapter 4 Rook versus Two Bishops Endgames

137 Chapter 5 Rook versus Bishop + Knight Endgames

162 Chapter 6 Rook + Knight versus Rook Endgames

169 Chapter 7 Rook + Bishop versus Rook Endgames

183 Chapter 8 Rook + Minor Piece versus Rook + Minor Piece Endgames

202 Chapter 9 Endgame Studies

204 Solutions

226 Player Index

232 Index of Instructive Examples, Longest Wins and Composers