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The correct change in the end
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The correct change in the end

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The end is the most complicated phase of a chess match. It is the stage where there are more subtleties and in which errors are paid more expensive.

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The end is the most complicated phase of a chess match. It is the stage where there are more subtleties and in which errors are paid more expensive.

In this book, the great teacher Eduardas Rozentalis analyzes the most important aspects of this transcendental phase: The connection between the opening and the end, the assessment of the moment to make the changes, the battle between bishops and horses, the decision to simplify or not ..., among other issues.

Throughout the book the author suggests in which cases to resort to the pure calculation and when to rest in the previous experience. Rozentalis presents countless examples that come from his own experience, and guides the reader and offers solutions. This work is highly recommended for all players of medium level and even for those coaches who wish to study a little more thoroughly and understand the end.

The chess baggage of the great teacher Eduardas Rozentalis is immense: champion of Lithuania on two occasions, champion of young masters of the former Soviet Union in three, youth world champion in 1985 and absolute world team champion in 2004.

9788412041026

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Language
Spanish
Editorial
La Casa del Ajedrez
Autor
Rozentalis, Eduardas
Format
17 x 24 cm.
Binding
Paperback
Pages
118
Edition
2019
ISBN
978-84-120410-2-6
EAN-13
9788412041026
Thematic
Endgame
Year of publication
2019