This instructive book for competitive players, based on Edmar Mednis' classic Practical Endgame Lessons, provides the reader with a wealth of useful instruction in endgame play, reinforced by a a series of tests presented as simulations of tournament play.
- Explains the fundamental principles of endgame play.
- Deals with all standard types of endgame: pawn endings, bishop endings, rook endings, etc.
- Contains more that twenty test endings to help develop your skills . Uses many examples by the world's leading endgame exponents: Smyslov, Karpov, Korchnoi, etc.
Grandmaster Edmar Mednis is one of the world's leading endgame exerts.He is a regular contributor to Chess Life magazine and is author of How to be a complete Tournament Player, From Opening to the Endgame and From the Middle-game into the Endgame.
International Master Colin Crouch is one of England's most highly regarded analysts and writers.