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ChessBase Fritz Trainer Karsten Muller Chess Endgames 8 Practical Rook Endgames videoless

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Year: 2011
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: 3:00 41 min.

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 8 - Practical Rook Endings
Rook endings occur very frequently in practical play and should be studied in detail. The 2nd DVD of this series deals mostly with theoretical rook endings and the examples given are arranged according to material distribution. The DVD shows typical motifs, guidelines and techniques of rook endings and begins with rook vs. pawn endgames.
Introduction
1. Chapter: Rook vs. pawn
Example 1: Bodychecks and avoiding bodychecks: 01.01 Lerner,K - Dorfman,I
Example 2: Zwischenschach, stalemate tricks and more: 01.02 Petrov,M -Socko,M
Example 3: Mating attacks out of the blue: 01.03 Rublevsky,S - Wang Hao
Example 4: Pawns against rook: 01.04 Seps,M - Ushenina,A
Example 5: Bodycheck and lasso, Musalov vs. Shukh. 01.05 Musalov,R - Shukh,N
2. Chapter: Rook techniques
Example 1: Rooks belong behind passed pawns - Part 1: 02.01 Aerni,A -Sommerhalder,E
Example 1A - Part 2: Typical winning technique against a blockading rook: 02.01A Kovacevic,A - Skoberne,J
Example 2 - Part 3: The rook rules on both wings: 02.02 Oberhofer,A -Battaglini,G
Example 3 - Part 4: The rook interferes: 02.03 Muzychuk,A - Ju,W
Example 4 - Part 5: Prophylaxis is important: 02.04 Porat,M - Kaufman,R
Example 5 - Part 6: Typical win: 02.05 Torre,E - Mannion,S
Example 6 - Part 7: Tricky win: 02.06 Van Kampen - Ivanisevic
Example 7 - Part 8: The rook is in full control: 02.07 Tondivar,B - Lutz,C
Example 8 - Part 9: The king needs a place to hide: 02.08 Ivanov,T - Hristov,N
3. Chapter: Protection against a series of checks
Example 1: An active rook is very strong: 03.01 Pamatmat,J - Sandberg,E
Example 2: Shortening the checking distance: 03.02 Ward,C - Mueller,K
Example 3: Checking distance and horizontal cut off: 03.03 Ward,C - Knott,S
Example 4: The umbrella - Part 1: 03.04 Huschenbeth,N - Buhmann,R
Example 5: The umbrella - Part 2: 03.05 Bu Xiangzhi - Ma,Z
Example 6: The umbrella - Part 3: 03.06 King,D - Mueller,K
Example 7: Many umbrellas - Advantages and disadvantages of additional pawns: 03.07 Gupta,A - Kantans,T
Example 8: Fight for the checking distance: 03.08 Hoffmann,M - Van Delft,M
Example 9: The most dangerous passed pawn: 03.09 Wang Yue - Nisipeanu,L
Example 10: Race of the passed pawns, Ernst vs. Giri: 03.10 Ernst,S - Giri,A
4. Chapter: The 4th phase of the game
Example 1: A simple example: 04.01 Brown,A - Cheng,B
Example 2: A Complicated case: 04.02 Anastasian,A - Petrosian,D
Example 3: Missed zwischenschach: 04.03 Schrems,H - Salvermoser,B
5. Chapter: Activity counts most
Example 1: What to activate first?: 05.01 Flohr,S - Vidmar,M
Example 2: Typical technique against passivity: 05.02 Miles,A - Webb,S
Example 3: The highest trump: 05.03 Ivanchuk,V - Dominguez Perez,L
Example 4: Fatal passivity: 05.04 Socko,B - Wojtaszek,R
Example 5: The open file: 05.05 Mueller,K - Nyback,T
6. Chapter: Defence
Example 1: The defending rook shall be activated: 06.01 Grau,R - Palau,L
Example 2: Binding: 06.02 Valdes Escobar,A - Mesias Rojas,R
Example 3: Do not defend pawns in a purely passive way: 06.03 Dastan,B -Yilmazyerli,M
Example 4: King in the cage: 06.04 Jakovenko,D - Sandipan,C
Example 5: Activity counts: 06.05 Feher,A - Mihok,O
Example 6: But sometimes passivity does the job: 06.06 Esser,N - Esser,J
Example 7: The beauty of ugly rook moves: 06.07 Nisipeanu,L - Mueller,K
Example 8: A Houdini-like escape: 06.08 Surendran,N - Kotanjian,T
Example 9: Be careful when simplifying into a pawn endgame - Part 1: 06.09 Van Wely,L - McShane,L
Example 10: Be careful when simplifying into a pawn endgame - Part 2: 06.10 Mareco,S - Mayorga,N
Example 11: Be careful when simplifying into a pawn endgame - Part 3: 06.11 Maryasin,B - Gunnarsson,G
Example 12: Rook endings are always drawn: 06.12 Rapport,R - Laznicka,V
7. Chapter: Complicated cases
Example 1: Drawing technique with 3 vs. 3 pawns on the kingside and a passed a-pawn: 07.01 Efimenko,Z - Miroshnichenko,E
Example 2A: A theoretical novelty: 07.02A Steckner
Example 2B: The king takes a short cut: 07.02B Steckner
Example 2C: Dautov's defence: 07.02C Dautov
Example 3: Another theoretical novelty: 07.03 Hollis - Florian
Example 4: The riddle of Marcel Duchamps: 07.04 Riddle of Duchamp
Example 4A: A try to correct the study: 07.04A Version of the - Riddle of Duchamp
Example 5: Duel of the Legends: 07.05 Kortschnoj,V - Karpov,A

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


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