By Jesus de la Villa

This is a brand new and greater variation of an all-time vintage! the good news approximately endgames is that there are particularly few endings you want to be aware of by means of middle and that after you recognize those endings, that is it. Your wisdom by no means is going out of date!
The undesirable information is that, all of the comparable, the endgame means of such a lot gamers is poor. smooth time-controls make issues worse: there's easily no longer sufficient time to delve deep into the position.
Grandmaster Jesus de los angeles Villa debunks the parable that endgame idea is complicated and he teaches you to guide the sport right into a place you're acquainted with. This booklet comprises in simple terms these endgames that appear most often, are effortless to benefit and comprise rules which are necessary in additional tough positions.
Your functionality will enhance dramatically simply because this booklet brings you uncomplicated principles, specific and full of life motives, many diagrams, transparent summaries of an important issues and dozens of tests.

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Nada mejor entonces que empezar con el momento clave del reciente torneo de Linares; del que fui testigo directo en la Sala de Prensa, disfrutando, entre otros, de los comentarios del GM yugoslavo Ljubomir Ljubojevic, siempre tan vivaces; "Ljubo" está casado con una linarense y está radicado desde hace muchos años en el pueblo andaluz; en el momento de jugarse esta partida, en la penúltima ronda, el Campeón Mundial Ruslan Ponomariov, de Ucrania, y el mejor ajedrecista del mundo, el ruso Gary Kaspárov compartían sorprendentemente el primer lugar y se jugaban muchas cosas, a Kaspárov sólo le valía la victoria, pues un empate mantendría las cosas en su sitio, a falta de una ronda, pero con el sistema de desempate favorable al ucraniano.

Axf6! Cc4! Cxd4? d5! [Las blancas han logrado deteriorar la formación negra, y con este excelente sacrificio de peón toman la iniciativa, es interesante el comentario de Kaspárov al respecto: “... Si yo hubiera jugado con las blancas, posiblemente hubiese ofrecido este peón. b3! Rh8? Ce7!? Dxb5 con sólo una ligera ventaja blanca. Td8?! Dxb7?? Tc8! h4? Txc8! Txf7, etc. ] 1–0 Alexander Khalifman, 14º Campeón del Mundo Alexander Valerievich Khalifman “Nunca da la sensación de estar “cumpliendo una misión en la vida”.

Axe4 f6? Cg6! hxg6? Cbd7? Cxc6! Af4 a6! Db3 Cc6 [Amenaza Cc6-a5]. Cxd5 Cxd4! h3? Ag5! Rh2 Ch5! [Para expandirse con f5, y ganar espacio también en el ala Rey; el problema de dejar débil “e5” es inexistente pues no puede aprovecharse. Dd1 b4! Cb1 Ab5! Tg1 Ad6! e4 fxe4! Tce1 h6! [Una modesta jugada que enfatiza el Zugzwang del blanco, ¡con un tablero casi completo! a3 a5! h4 Rg8, y se acaban las jugadas blancas. Una posición única] 0–1 Alexander Morozevich venció en el Torneo "Amber" El GM ruso Alexander Morozevich, debutante en el torneo, se impuso en la XI edición del torneo “Amber”, que se realiza anualmente en Mónaco, con 15 puntos de 22 posibles.

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