Lev Alburt, Nikolay Krogius the prestigious Chess Journalists of America Book of the Year award for , Just the Facts! boils down all. Lev Alburt, three-time United States Chess Champion, is one of the most sought- after chess teachers. Bibliographic information. QR code for Just the Facts!. Just the Facts by Lev Alburt, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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Just the Facts: Winning Endgame Knowledge in One Volume by Lev Alburt

Turning Chess Misconceptions into Chess Mastery. Sudiptanshu Roy marked it as to-read Jan 21, Book came quickly as described, very happy! Once that word “immutable” sinks in, that should tell you that you don’t have to go searching for any other endgame books to read to try to further enhance and improve your endgame skill; the way you tend to do when you study the middlegame and the openings.

Glen Ritschel marked it as to-read Mar 05, Some critics say that the analysis is sometimes incorrect. You can even pull yourself out of the steely jaws or a “certain” defeat Llev best news is that you don’t need to memorize thousands of positions, but only a few carefully selected ones.

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rhe The King in Jeopardy: John Bradford marked it as to-read Feb 11, Krogius trained a famous and dominant generation of Russian grandmasters. Vince is currently reading it Aug 24, How to Reassess Your Chess: Now you have access to his special insights and techniques.

Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Randal Figgins marked it as to-read Sep 10, The book explains how to treat a certain type of endgame and therein Alburt is not wrong ; so what if Fritz or whatever program doesn’t agree with a certain move. Jerry rated it really liked it Feb 28, To ask other readers questions about Just the Factsplease sign up.

Combine these with the clear and concise explanations in Just the Facts and you have the key to chess mastery.

Matt rated it really liked it Dec 02, Ernest Cadorin rated it liked it Mar 22, Chess Mastery Through Chess Imbalances. Silman’s Complete Endgame Course: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. That means that for all the volatility of the opening which is where the majority of chessplayers direct their study attention pev the middlegame, [if and] when that chess game you’re playing reaches the endgame, a great amount of guesswork concerning what plan and moves should be made has been eliminated due to the immutability of the endgame principles.

First of all, if things haven’t lve that much by the time Amazon. Dan Guerrero marked it as to-read Dec 31, I’m finding that I remember the material and have put it to good use in club and tournament play–where it counts!

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Just the Facts : Winning Endgame Knowledge in One Volume

Grandmaster Nikolai Kroglus is a famed endgame expert, and a renowned trainer and chess psychologist so highly valued that World Champion Boris Spassky, in his defense against Bobby Fischer, insisted on Krogius as a special coach.

I have great confidence that using the knowledge of THIS endgame book the “end-all” of all other endgame books will increase your chess rating by a massive percentage.

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Just the Facts: Winning Endgame Knowledge in One Volume

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Books by Lev Alburt. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Just the Facts is the seventh and final volume of the best-selling Comprehensive Chess Course, the series that brings English readers the once strictly guarded and time-tested Soviet training methods, the key to the year Russian dominance of the chess oev.