Endgame Plays are one of the most important and at the same time complicated parts of chess. It appears simpler than the Middlegame or the opening, but it is very misleading. Every tiny mistake may be decisive and instantly lose the game. Every pawn, square, and tempi is something to look out for. The calculation must be deep and precise, and the plan should be flawless.
In today’s article, we will see some of the greatest masterpieces played by Alexander Alekhine, Jose Raul Capablanca Tigran Petrosian, and a few other greatest players. Want to improve your game? Start with the endgame.
Endgame Plays – Game 3:
Endgame Plays – Game 9:
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