SILMAN COMPLETE ENDGAME COURSE PDF

That reasoning has nothing to do with learning the end game which is the purpose of the book. It has everything to do with the endgame and creating a checkmate. Otherwise you cannot go wrong with Dvoretsky. No the reasoning you used for why Silman should have included it had nothing to do with the end game but so people could learn the knight and bishop piece combination better. That reasoning has nothing to do with the purpose of the end game book which is to teach end games not how to use piece combinations better.

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Indeed, many volumes of "complete" endgame theory sits on the shelves of many a player, largely unused. With his new publication International Master and renowned chess instructor Jeremy Silman has created a book for chess players who wants to improve their endgame play, but who find wading through encyclopedic tomes boring and downright painful.

While this philosophy shares much with the Lev Alburt methodology, Silman takes his work further by organizing the chapters into "what you personally need to know so your endgame IQ is equal to your playing strength".

Thus, the book is organized into rating classes and each chapter only includes the endgames that are most likely to arise in practical play. Here you will find a treasure trove of endgame information clearly categorized and readily accessible. You can jump right to your rating level or quickly move through the beginning chapters, filling in any holes you may have along the way, then take the end of chapter tests to see if you truly have mastered the material presented.

The final chapter in the book presents endgames solely for enjoyment and are not a part of the study program that Silman elucidated in the previous pages. The endgames are still categorized and are still very instructive. My favorite comes from Smyslov-Guimard, Mar del Plata Rxe1 Qxb5 3.

Rb1 Kh7; 5.

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Silman's Complete Endgame Course: From Beginner to Master

Indeed, many volumes of "complete" endgame theory sits on the shelves of many a player, largely unused. With his new publication International Master and renowned chess instructor Jeremy Silman has created a book for chess players who wants to improve their endgame play, but who find wading through encyclopedic tomes boring and downright painful. While this philosophy shares much with the Lev Alburt methodology, Silman takes his work further by organizing the chapters into "what you personally need to know so your endgame IQ is equal to your playing strength". Thus, the book is organized into rating classes and each chapter only includes the endgames that are most likely to arise in practical play. Here you will find a treasure trove of endgame information clearly categorized and readily accessible. You can jump right to your rating level or quickly move through the beginning chapters, filling in any holes you may have along the way, then take the end of chapter tests to see if you truly have mastered the material presented.

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Reviews Preface There was a time when endgame books were fairly scarce - only those by Fine, Keres, Averbach, and a couple other authors could be found on the bookshelves. Now, with a torrent of new chess books pouring into stores every year, that has changed - endgame books are a dime a dozen. Most chess writers think that chess players want as many positions as possible in an endgame book. And that sounds like a good idea! Give the chess hopeful the most bang for the buck! Stuff everything into one book! This would be reasonable for an endgame encyclopedia, and such books are good research tools.

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