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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Silman’s Complete Endgame Course: From Beginner to Master by Jeremy Silman. For over years, the world’s leading chess players and teachers have told their students to study the endgame. This book teaches the students what they need to know at their current rating level, and jeremu on that knowledge for each subsequent phase of the player’s development.
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Lists with This Book. May 16, Martian rated it really liked it. If you are a newbie at chess, or if you coursf a master at it, this is the book you’ll want to see.
I learned a lot of important things in this book.
Jun 28, Micmoc rated it really liked it. THE real endgame book. I love it although there are a few typos in the first edition. Mar 22, Robert rated it really liked it Shelves: I agree with almost everything said in the previous review except: Let me quote him: Lone King because it’s far from easy to master, and it occurs very rarely in over-the -board play.
In fact, I only got it once in I agree with almost everything said in the previous review except: Is such a rarity really worth the two or three hours it would take to learn it?
Also, one of my students draw during the state-championship because his opponent didn’t know the winning-plan, while my other student had to prove – and he proved!
Trust me, that friend of mine, a chess master who didn’t checkmated his opponent solman a ccourse of time on the clock and 30 sec. Nov 08, Andrew rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is great because it tells reader what to expect as far as end-game ability at various ratings. My confidence has increased when playing endgames because of the time and effort I put in to reading this book. Jul 18, Nick rated it it was amazing Shelves: Probably the only chess endgame book I’ll ever need.
Instructive for people of different ratings. Nov 13, Couurse rated it it was amazing. I especially liked how he laid this one out! He presented Chess endgames you should know based on what Chess class or rank you are or aspire to be.
Enjoyed working through the various tests at the end of each section too! Nov 11, Pandeeswaran Bhoopathy rated it really liked it. Must read book for any tournament player. Jul 20, Sart rated it it was amazing. Best chess endgame book for beginners! Aug 18, Steve rated it it was amazing.
Silman’s Complete Endgame Course : From Beginner to Master by Jeremy Silman (2006, Paperback)
I would read How To Reassess Your Chess first, cover to cover, work though every position it’ll cousre take a couple months but then move to this. After blowing EASY wins with shocking, out-of-nowhere, WTF stalemates, a single pass through the early chapters of this book eliminated most of my endgame problems and fears, markedly increasing my confidence when games headed clearly for an endgame. The book is set up so the earlier chapters are intended for weaker players, gradually increasing t I would read How To Reassess Your Chess first, cover to cover, work though every position it’ll definitely take a couple months but then move to this.
The book is set up so the earlier chapters are intended for weaker players, gradually increasing the complexity of concepts discussed so that the latter half of the book is ostensibly “for” experts.
May 29, Jamieson rated it it was amazing. It ranges from unrated to rating. It is complete with good tips, fun puzzles, ssilman incredible solutions. This books vast puzzles and strategies make it all worth while. This book is full of intriguing strategies that any reader could follow and use fairly simply and yet have it make a lasting impact.
The puzzles vary in names from: The explanation of the algebraic notations make it easy to follow. Afterwards Silkan includes tricky puzzles to make sure you get it. After each section there are around 9 puzzles. This really makes sure you understand and remember every strategy. I would recommend this to all chess players I like minus: I would not recommend this to complete beginners but as long as you have even a small bit of experience this book is for you.
Dec 20, Gary Patella rated it it was amazing Shelves: As an opening junkie, I have always avoided studying the endgame. I’ve tried with other endgame books in the past, but the information was just not presented well in most of them. Finally, after sitting on my shelf unopened for a few years, I started going through this book from beginning to end.
It is truly an excellent format. It is divided by rating, but it is imperative that you read ALL prior sections even the patzer rating sections. You build on previous knowledge, and there are rules and As an opening junkie, I have always avoided studying the endgame. You build on previous knowledge, and there are rules and patterns that emerge. There are a few downsides: Nevertheless, I believe this is the absolute best endgame book out jegemy. The minor flaws are not going to take away from the 5 stars, because in comparison to other endgame books, this one goes above and beyond.
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Mar 18, Hao Duong rated enddgame it was amazing. Good book to read was fun reading it when it feels like the author is trying to connect with you while you are reading the book. I recommend this book for starters who know the basics of chess but want to improve in the game its not cokrse boring book to read but for enjoyment and entertainment.
Oct 11, 4triplezed added it Shelves: I am crap at chess. I spent a lot of money on books that I thought would at least make me competitive. I think these chess books will all sit in a box gathering dust and one day I might get the edgame to rejoin the local club and get butchered by 12 year olds so then may have a further look. Feb 20, Hothifah albadareen added it. Jun 16, FranklinTV rated it really liked it Shelves: Flick thru quickly confirms that this should be a good book.
My chess playing never got sufficiently serious, but if it ever does, Im sure I will endgxme to this. Aug 09, mathias tesar rated it it was amazing. A classic book that every chess student should own.
Aug 17, Parwiz Ahmadi rated it it was amazing.
One stop source for comprehensible endgames, good for the candidate master and below. Mar 20, Seth rated it really liked it Shelves: I think this is an important book for an amateur chess player to have and to review. It’s well organized into easily digestible bits according to your rating.
Rinor Sherifi rated it it was amazing Feb 28, Jeremiah John rated it it was amazing May 14, Roger Tribble rated it really liked it Apr 21, Darkrun rated it it was amazing May 26, Kirill Azhitsky rated it it was amazing Oct 27, Craig Scheepers rated it really liked it May 01, Frankx99 rated it really liked it Jun 25, Alex rated it it was amazing May 22, Donald rated it it was ok Jul 14,