Fighting in the Endgame - The four major principles to winning the endgame - EMPIRE CHESS
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Description / Fighting in the Endgame - The four major principles to winning the endgame - EMPIRE CHESS
Too many games end in either premature draw offers or resignations. Fighting in the endgame is a skill that can help players rack up those extra points. Alisa Melekhina analyzes two of her own games, one in which she drew a pawn down, and another in which she pulled off a win in an equal rook ending. The viewers are led through four major principles that can be applied in their own endgames: mentally adapt to a change in the position; resist by preventing your opponent from executing their only winning plan; take advantage of complacency; make your opponent make decisions. Even if a position is theoretically drawn, players should not discount the practical chances that they can create.
Rather than focusing on rote endgame theory, Alisa utilizes the medium of video instruction to exemplify the attitude and resourcefulness that accompanies the fighting spirit.
|Popular Collections||Empire Chess|
|Publication Date||Apr 6, 2014|
|Region Lock||None - Playable Anywhere|
|Hardware Requirements||Standard DVD Player|
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