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I want to work on my end game bcoz, I think, I am not playing my endgames well. Can you pls suggest some ways improve my endgame. Also, suggest some books on endgames. Thanks in advance.
Silman's Complete Endgame Course.
Just ignore the rating study limit set by Silman. Study as much as material as you want in his book.
chess end game training by bernd rosen is great.
endgame strategy - shereshevsky
Teaches you how to think in an Endgame. :D
I agree. This book litterally has something for everybody.
Silmans Complete Endgame Course
Yeah, silman is gonna be your best bet. It's got everything you need and it should be easy enough to find.
Thanks all.. I will refer Silmans complete endgames for sure.. hope my end game improve one day.
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