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ChessBase Fritz Trainer Karsten Muller Chess Endgames 7 Endgame Principles Weaknesses and Fortresses videoless

10$
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Year: 2010
Genre: Chess
Developer: Chessbase
Publisher: ChessBase
System requirements: Pentium-Processor at 300 Mhz or higher, 64 MB RAM, Windows XP, Windows Vista, DVD drive, mouse, soundcard
Language: English only
Program module: ChessBase 9 Reader
Duration: 5 hours and 40 minutes.

This new 7 part is devoted to various aspects of the game in the endgame: pawn game; weakness, the realization of benefits, stalemate, fortresses, the art of defense and common mistakes. But the threads associated in various ways. If you do not master the art of pawn game, you will eventually get weak. And your opponent has to know how to realize this advantage, which is important not only in the endgame.
Learn how to implement an extra piece or exchange or how to take advantage of the space and better mobility. Art of defense, strength and Pat are also interrelated. Never give up too soon. Always fight to the end, and receive a new task. If your position is solid, you can reach the castle, which can even be based on the pate. Errors make chess exciting. We all make mistakes at all stages of the royal game. Discover the most common mistakes and learn from your own mistakes and the mistakes of others.
Author: Since 1988 grandmaster Dr. Karsten Mueller from Hamburg in favor of Hamburger Schachklub in the Bundesliga and in 1996 and 1997 he finished third in the German Championship. As a world-renowned expert he is the author of the endgame column in the Journal of the endgame ChessBase and author of Endgame Corner column on ChessCafe.com.

GM Karsten Müller - Endgames Vol.7:
The Art of pawn Play, Weaknesses, Converting an Advantage, Stalemate, Fortresses, The Art of Defence and Typical Mistakes
Intro
Chapter 10: Weaknesses
10.01 What is a weakness?: Van Wely,L - Bacrot,E
10.02 Fixing weaknesses: Pinter,J - Timman,J
10.03 Creating weaknesses: Roiz,M - Evdokimov,A
10.04 Undermining part 1: Andersson,U - Larsen,B
10.05 Undermining part 2: Svidler,P - Topalov,V
10.06 Undermining part 3: Larsen,B - Gheorghiu,F
10.07 Weak square complex - Exchanging the most important defender: Macieja,B - Sedlak,N
10.08 Weak square complex - Invading with the king: Kamsky,G - Georgiev,K
10.09 Creating a weak square complex: Efimenko,Z - Huzman,A
10.10 The art of manoeuvring: Almasi,Z - Zueger,B
10.11 The principle of two weaknesses: Aronian,L - Navara,D
10.12 Opening the second front part 1: Yusupov,A - Christiansen,L
10.13 Opening the second front part 2: Grischuk,A - Gelfand,B
10.14 Fatal passivity with structural weaknesses: Flohr,S - Vidmar,M
Chapter 11: The art of pawn play
11.01 Distant passed pawn: Malaniuk,V - Ehlvest,J
11.02 Protected passed pawn: Timofeev,A - Skoberne,J
11.03 Strength of a passed pawn part 1: Fischer,R - Euwe,M
11.04 Strength of a passed pawn part 2: Nakamura,H - Shabalov,A
11.05 Importance of a majority part 1: Radjabov,T - Van Wely,L
11.06 Importance of a majority part 2: Bologan,V - Odeev,H
11.07 Importance of a majority part 3: Motylev,A - Zhang Zhong
11.08 Leko's exemplary play for the better pawn structure: Leko,P - Aronian,L
11.09 Pawn break part 1: Psomiadis,S - Skembris,S
11.10 Pawn break part 2: Lu Shanglei - Ji Dan
11.11 Pawn break part 3: Inarkiev,E - Ivanchuk,V
11.12 The mysterious king march: Turzo,A - Vokarev,S
11.13 The power of pawns: Carlsen,M - Grischuk,A
11.14 The blockade breaker: Aronian,L - Dominguez Perez,L
11.15 The pawn roller: Timofeev,A - Khismatullin,D
Chapter 12: Converting an advantage
12.01 An extra piece part 1: Jones,R - Miller,B
12.02 An extra piece part 2: Naiditsch,A - Mikhalevski,V
12.03 An extra pawn part 1: Nielsen,P - Leko,P
12.04 An extra pawn part 2: Meier,G - Wojtaszek,R
12.05 An extra exchange: Karjakin,S - Stellwagen,D
12.06 Space advantage - Extending operations: Svidler,P - Hauchard,A
12.07 Space advantage - Advanced pawn wedges: Cheparinov,I - Akopian,V
12.08 Space advantage - Exchange matters: Womacka,M - Yemelin,V
12.09 Better mobility: Anand,V - Kasimdzhanov,R
12.10 Attack with different coloured bishops: Grischuk,A - Alekseev,E
12.11 Transforming one advantage into another: Leko,P - Anand,V
Chapter 13: Stalemate
13.01 The wrong rook's pawn: Livshin,I - Makarov,A
13.02 Rook on the 2nd rank: Williams,S - Lanzani,M
13.03 The drawing corner: Negi,P - Postny,E
13.04 The desperado rook: Spoelman,W - Najer,E
13.05 Good technique part 1: Milliet,S - Anic,D
13.06 Good technique part 2: Afek,Y 1981
13.07 An old pitfall: Bernstein,O - Smyslov,V
13.08 The last salvation in rook endgames: Arsenault,N - Baba,M
Chapter 14: Fortresses
14.01 Different coloured bishop endgames part 1: Jones - Edmonson,L
14.02 Different coloured bishop endgames part 2: Skatchkov,P - Sherbakov,R
14.03 The most stunning move of all time: Topalov,V - Shirov,A
14.04 The principle of one diagonal: Nepomniachtchi,I - Eljanov,P
14.05 Same coloured bishop endings: Kalinitschew,S - Reich,T
14.06 An endgame in opening preparation: Jakovenko,D - Wang Yue
14.07 Fortresses : Bishop versus rook: McShane,L - Danin,A
14.08 Fortresses : Knight versus bishop part 1: Satra,P - Swayams,M
14.09 Fortresses : Knight versus bishop part 2: Alsina Leal,D - Visa Jordana,J
14.10 Fortresses : Knight versus rook: Pert,R - Flear,G
14.11 Fortresses and rook endgames: Gustafsson,J - Morozevich,A
14.12 Queen versus rook: Sutovsky,E - Jobava,B
Chapter 15: The Art of defence
15.01 Rook activity part 1: Grau,R - Palau,L
15.02 Rook activity part 2: Savchenko,B - Zhigalko,A
15.03 The defender exchanges pawns: Szabo,L - Botvinnik,M
15.04 Sang-froid and precise calculation: Hansen,L - Hansen,C
15.05 Not being passive with static weaknesses: Akesson,R - Timman,J
15.06 Not letting yourself get schocked: Vrhovsek,M - Sahovic,D
Chapter 16: Typical mistakes
16.01 Overly automatic following of rules of thumb: Gashimov,V - Stellwagen,D
16.02 Behind or not? Where does the rook belong with passed pawns?: Gelfand,B - Lerner,K
16.03 The wrong exchange: Karpov,A - Lautier,J
16.04 Queening prematurely: Jobava,B - Timofeev,A
16.05 Greed: Nakamura,H - Van Wely,L
16.06 Not being over-hasty and using phrophylaxis: Krivokapic,M - Kontic,D
16.07 Losing control: Berczes,D - Bogner,S

http://www.chesscafe.com/text/review611.pdf


ChessBase Fritz Trainer Karsten Muller Chess Endgames 7 Endgame Principles Weaknesses and Fortresses videoless

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