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By Max Euwe

ISBN-10: 0486233324

ISBN-13: 9780486233321

This e-book bargains transparent, thorough assurance of an important, often encountered endgame events. 331 examples are analyzed (each with its personal diagram), together with 30 examples of Queen endings, and a hundred examples each one of pawn endings, minor piece endings and rook endings. "The top ebook for the student..."—Cleveland Chess Bulletin.

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Q×f5†, e×f5 1. Qd6†, Ka8 2. Qc6, B×c6 2. b×a5 2. Qc8 1. Bc5, S×c5 2. Q×f7†, Kh6 1. B×f1 2. Qh6†, K×h6 1. f5 2. Qh6†, Kf7 1. Q×a7†, K×a7 2. Ra3†, Kb7 3. Sc7‡ 3. Bf8‡ 3. Q×d8‡ 3. Sc7†, B×c7 4. Ra8‡ 3. Kc7†, Qc6†/Qb7† 4. B×Q‡ 3. Qb7‡ 3. Rf7†, Kh8 3. Be4†, Kb8 3. S×a6‡ 3. Sf4†, Kg5 3. Rd8†, Qc8 3. Rd8†, Qc8 3. Rd8, ~ 3. Qf8†, Kg5 3. Bf8†, Kg5 3. Qf8†, Ke6 3. Ba6†, Ka7/a8 4. Rh7‡ 4. Sa6‡ 4. Rg6‡ 4. R×c8‡ 4. R×c8‡ 4. R×c8/Q×b7 ‡ 4. h4‡ 4. h4‡ 4. Qe7‡ 4. Bc8‡ 1. Rd8†, Kh7 2. g6†, R×g6† 3. f×g6†, R×g6† 4.

Qg8†, Kb7 4. Rd7†, Q×d7 5. Qb8‡ 24. 1. Rd8†, Kb7 2. Q×c6†, K×c6 3. Be4†, Kc5 4. Rd5†, Kc6 5. Rd4†, Kc5 6. b4‡ 2. … Ka6 3. Bd3†, Ka5 4. b4‡ 25. 1. Ra2†, Ba7 2. R×a7†, K×a7 3. Qd4†, Ka8 4. Qa1†, Ba6 5. Q×h8†, Ka7 6. Qb8‡ 1. … Ba3 2. R×a6†, b×a6 3. Qf3†, Ka7 4. Qb7‡ 26. 1. e4, Kh6 2. Sef8, Kh5 3. Kg7, Kg5 4. Sd7, Kh5 5. Sf6†, Kg5 6. h4‡ [ 1. Sef8, Kh6 2. e4 etc. ] 27. 1. Rb5†, Ka1 2. Ra5†, Ba4 3. R×a4†, Kb1 4. Sa3†, Ka1 5. Sc2†, Kb1 6. Ra1‡ 1. B×b5 2. Sa3†, Ka1 3. B×f6, Qb1 4. Qc1, Q×c1† 5. Kb3†, Q~ 6.

B4‡ 2. … Ka6 3. Bd3†, Ka5 4. b4‡ 25. 1. Ra2†, Ba7 2. R×a7†, K×a7 3. Qd4†, Ka8 4. Qa1†, Ba6 5. Q×h8†, Ka7 6. Qb8‡ 1. … Ba3 2. R×a6†, b×a6 3. Qf3†, Ka7 4. Qb7‡ 26. 1. e4, Kh6 2. Sef8, Kh5 3. Kg7, Kg5 4. Sd7, Kh5 5. Sf6†, Kg5 6. h4‡ [ 1. Sef8, Kh6 2. e4 etc. ] 27. 1. Rb5†, Ka1 2. Ra5†, Ba4 3. R×a4†, Kb1 4. Sa3†, Ka1 5. Sc2†, Kb1 6. Ra1‡ 1. B×b5 2. Sa3†, Ka1 3. B×f6, Qb1 4. Qc1, Q×c1† 5. Kb3†, Q~ 6. B ‡ 4. Ka2 5. Q×b1†, K×a3 6. Q ‡ 4. B×d3 5. Q×b1†, B×b1 6. Kb3‡ 4. f1Q 5. Sc2†, Ka2 6. Qa3‡ 3. … e×d2 4.

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