GM Krisztian Szabo is here with his brand-new Endgame Crash Course - a 10+ hour-long video training aimed to up your endgame skills from losing one pawn after another on every move to seeing the “end” after 20+ moves.
As you climb up the rating ladder, you will see something new…
That one or two tactics are not winning you games anymore.
You group your pieces for an attack, and your opponent sees it from a mile away and defends against it. You regroup again, and your opponent defends against it again.
This goes on for a while. And you enter the phase where the game is actually WON.
The endgame… where you need to be precise and calculating like a machine!
To help you do that, GM Krisztian Szabo is here with his brand-new Endgame Crash Course – a 10+ hour-long video training aimed to up your endgame skills from losing one pawn after another on every move to seeing the “end” after 20+ moves.
What you get inside this training:
- Endgame fortresses explored. In this position, Black played …b4. A natural move. He wants to push the pawn majority on the queenside. White made a big mistake accepting the exchange. Learn about the right move instead.
- Zugzwang in play. When your opponent is already struggling to stay afloat, all you might need is to put the ball in his court again and again. That’s what Pollugaevsky (W) did against Geller (B) in this game.
- Pawn capturing miss. Do you really need to capture that pawn? Maybe not. GM Szabo shows you why you need to find the right move in your endgames without being a mindless pawn grabber.
If you have been struggling with your endgames, this might be the right course for you.
Chapter 1. Pawn Endgame – Complex Endgame
Chapter 2. Complex Endgame – Opposite Colored Bishop Endgame
Chapter 3. Opposite Colored Bishop Endgame – Knight Endgame
Chapter 4. Bishop vs. Knight Endgame
Chapter 5. Rooks and Bishop Endgame – Knight vs. Rook
Chapter 6. Complex Endgame – Rook + Bishop vs. Rook + Knight
Chapter 7. Rook + Bishop vs. Rook – Complex Endgame
Chapter 8. Complex Endgame – Queen Endgame
Chapter 9. Queen vs. Rook – 2 Bishops vs. Bishop + Knight
Chapter 10. Complex Minor Piece Endgame
Chapter 11. Rook + Bishop vs. Rook + Bishop – 2 Bishops vs. 2 Knights
Chapter 12. Queen vs. 2 Bishops
Chapter 13. Same Colored Bishop Endgame Queen + Knight vs. Queen + Bishop Rook Endgame
Chapter 14. Rook + Pawn vs. Rook Endgames (part I)
Chapter 15. Rook + Pawn vs. Rook Endgames (part II)
Chapter 16. Rook + 4 Pawns vs. Rook + 3 pawns, Rook + 3 Pawns vs. Rook + 2 Pawns
Chapter 17. Rook Endgame with Pawns Rook + 2 Pawns vs. Knight + 3 Pawns
Chapter 18. Rook + Pawn vs. Bishop + Pawn Queen Endgame
Chapter 19. Queen vs. Rook + Pawn, Pawn Endgame & Complex Endgame
Chapter 20. Queen + Bishop, Rook Endgame, Knight Endgame & Rook vs. Bishop
About the author:
GM Krisztian Szabo [2564 FIDE]
is a Hungarian Grandmaster. He has won multiple Hungarian National Championships, European Youth Championship, and World Youth Championship (Silver) and has represented his country as part of the adult national team.
Krisztian is a celebrated coach, he is second of Richard Rapport, he was coaching Aryan Chopra (Grandmaster at 14) and many International Masters. He has also worked extensively with Peter Leko and Judit Polgar, having spent around 6 years with each of them.