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The Tactics of End-Games e-book

Author:

Jenö Bán

Language:

English

Category:

Humor

Subcategory:

Puzzles & Games

ePub size:

1606 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Dover Publications (July 21, 1997)

Pages:

214

ISBN:

0486297055

The Tactics of End-Games e-book

by Jenö Bán


The Tactics of End-Games. Jenö Bán. Published by Dover Publications (1997). Condition based on age of book

The Tactics of End-Games. ISBN 10: 0486297055 ISBN 13: 9780486297057. Condition based on age of book. Seller Inventory HCK1002.

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by Jeno Bán and will now proceed to study it. Category - General Chess Discussion Chess.

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Book 1 of 3 in Tactics Time Chess Tactics Books. This book is the cure. I really think the key is that these are from CLASS PLAYER games, so these tactics are extremely, extremely common in blitz and class tournament play.

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There are several ways of achieving this goal (from the great chess book, The tactics of end-games, by Hungarian Jenö Bán)

There are several ways of achieving this goal (from the great chess book, The tactics of end-games, by Hungarian Jenö Bán): a) Stalemate b) Theoretical draw c) Positional draw d) Perpetual attack. Basically, everything in chess revolves around power and restrain of it. It’s all about achieving greater mobility and freedom of action for our fighting troops, while at the same time, we want to prevent the opponent’s pieces from moving around freely (strategy We want to suffocate their plans and intentions. Once restricted and made less mobile, their army is easier to neutralize and destroy.

How to snatch draws from lost positions and wins from equality or worse. Clear presentation of such tactics as walling in, self-pinning, perpetual attack, blockading, much more. 240 chess diagrams.
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I returned it right away. If you don't mind the old descriptive notation feel free to check it out.

I thought anything with a 1997 publication date would surely use algebraic notation, but I got fooled.

For those that wonder: What is descriptive notation? P-K4 means White's pawn to e4 and P-K4 also means Black's pawn to e5. Same notation for two different moves...
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In order to be a strong tournament player, it is crucial to improve your tactical ability and have strong endgame technique.
Jeno Ban's _Tactics of Endgames_ will help you accomplish both.
Just a few of the things you will get out of it:
1) A strong desire to improve your endgame technique. The positions in the book look simple, but once you see the subtle (and beautiful) solutions, you can't help but see the complexity in the game of chess. This will force you to look more carefully when you start to play. You will even enjoy studying the endgame, which is usually thought of as tedious and dull.
2) Improved ability to spot tactics. Because the positions are relatively simple, basic maneuvers like forks, skewers, pins, etc. will stick out in your mind. Your standard of play will improve, and you will make fewer blunders, and will be able to calculate farther ahead.
I noticed studying a few chapters improved my game very rapidly.
3) Improved defensive skills--you will begin to learn how even the most hopeless position can contain elements of poison for the superior side. Good defensive skill will make you extremely tough to beat.

Tactics of Endgames is a steal. Get the book and enjoy trouncing your opponents in the opening, middle, or endgame.
Abywis
Ban takes an unusual apporoach. He classifies tactical themes, and uses mostly composed studies to illustrate each point. Endgames DO have some special tactics and you see them here. As an introduction to composed studies or as a more practiacl book this is very fine.
The drawbacks are the UGLY diagrams and the English notation. But this is a seriously good book.

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