Endgame Plays are a very special phase of the game, where every little tiny advantage counts and can lead to a victory.
Positioning of the kings, pawns majority on one side of the board, and pawn islands are just a few examples.
Being able to obtain winning endgame positions is very important for a chess player of any level.
Another important ability is to convert endgames with just a slight edge into clear wins.
In today’s article, we will review some of the best endgames played by Grandmasters.
Endgame Plays: Game 3
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Endgames: Game 6
Endgame Plays: Game 9
If you want to improve your chess level, you need to have a clear study plan. If you aim for a dramatic improvement at chess you need to work on all of the elements of the game in a systematic way:
- positional play
- attacking skills
- endgame technique
- classical games analysis
- psychological preparation
- and much more
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