SUPERCHARGE YOUR CHESS
Give me 21 Days and I Will Show You How to
Become a Dramatically Better Chess Player
- The Stonewall Pawn Structure
Well I have to say the stonewall is indeed a tough...
- 5 Lessons to Learn From Magnus...
its a great article very thanks to you
- The Caro-Kann: Exchange Varia...
The article was very educative. Regards.
- Material vs. Development: The ...
Nice article, guys! Thanks a lot!
- The Struggle for the Center
Hello Alan, the course is downloadable (no snail-m...
Chess Players Online:We have 438 guests online
|Chess Statistics: Most Often Occuring Endgames in Chess|
|Written by Yury Markushin|
|Thursday, 25 October 2012 20:17|
The last time we covered Top 10 Best Openings for White and Black and today you will see exactly what types of endgames are the most common in the game of chess.
Take a guess what types of endgames are the most common in chess: Two Rooks vs. Two Rooks, Bishop vs. Knight or Rook vs. Rook? You can check your solution viewing the full article.
So, the most popular endgame (according to Müller & Lamprecht 2001:11–12, 304) is Rook vs. Rook ending, it appears in about 8.5% of all chess games. That must be an endgame to study if you want to win more games!
"There Are 3 Main Problems That 95% of All Chess Players Are Facing... "
You will instantly discover how you can significantly improve your game, adding hundreds of elo points without hiring an expensive chess coach or spending 5 hours a day on chess !
|Last Updated on Thursday, 25 October 2012 20:25|