Improve Your Chess DVD Series - King & Pawn Endgames



    Improve Your Chess DVD Series - King & Pawn Endgames
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    On this dvd, GM Edmar Mednis - a recognized authority on the endgame - teaches the viewer the fundamentals of king and pawn endings, including: the importance of king activation, zugzwang, the opposition, and king triangulation. Mednis offers instructive examples involving passed pawns and outside passed pawns, connected pawns, separated pawns and doubled pawns, and pawn breakthroughs, providing the student with a thorough grounding in the basic principles and practical aspects of king and pawn endgame play.

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