A large majority of club players are weak when playing the endgame in chess. They usually don’t get found out because their opponents also lack the necessary skills.
This is a huge opportunity for you. Even if you’ve been slightly worse all game, you can turn the tables and win the game with superior endgame technique.
In Middlegame to Endgame Transition Mastery, GM Bryan Smith reveals how to:
a) Control the endgame transition to give yourself the best winning chances, and
b) Convert these endgames with flawless technique, regardless of whether they’re a rook, minor piece or king and pawn endings.
When you are serious about improving your endgame skills, it is time for GM Bryan Smith’s Middlegame to Endgame Transition Mastery.
Most club players spend far too little time studying the endgame in chess. They aren’t familiar with essential theoretical endgames, nor do they focus on developing good endgame understanding and technique. However, decent endgame skills are vital for any aspiring chess player.
They can enable you to easily win apparently equal positions with only small imbalances or save half a point from clearly worse positions.