• 9 months ago


    Fantastic video. Great example for endgames

  • 11 months ago


    Dvoretsky is over my head! it's a reference book. 

  • 20 months ago


    Thank you ! Great Video.

  • 21 months ago


    thanks man, really helpful !! Loved it !!

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  • 22 months ago


    777   rdyPlease be relevant, helpful & nice!

  • 2 years ago

    IM Baggio95

    good video of endgame techique

  • 2 years ago


    I just ordered the ebook that was mentioned in the video....
    dvoretsky's endgame manual.   I hope it helps me figure out what skemes I should even be making.  Thanks for the video.

  • 2 years ago


    Amazing video!! Very instructive! I love this planning in the endgame, and how patience you have to play them. Capa played in such a simple but beatiful manner, I loved it.
    Thank you!
  • 2 years ago


    Great lesson! I didn't know this game of Capa, another brilliant endgame play.

  • 2 years ago


    Well explained lesson and very accurate! Cool

  • 3 years ago


    Very helpful thanks

  • 3 years ago


     Thank you Grand Master Eugene Perelshteyn.

  • 3 years ago


    I need more basic ideas of endgames just like this one. Hope will present them all. This video lessons are really improving my games. members are exploiting the opportunity to learn fast through these different programs especially video lessons and one of these days I will be very happy to read that the next chess world champ will be coming from 

  • 3 years ago


    Endgame is one of my weaknesses so lookforward to future videos. Thanks.

  • 3 years ago


    Great, really helpful video, thanks :0)

  • 3 years ago


    Excellent topic, well presented, great articulation of key points, thank you!

  • 3 years ago


    good stuff

  • 3 years ago


    GM Perelshteyn: Thanks for a great lesson featuring the great Capablanca!  Here's a few quotes by him relevant to endgames:

    A passed pawn increase in strength as the number of pieces on the board diminishes.

    In order to improve your game, you must study the endgame before everything else. For whereas the endings can be studied and mastered by themselves, the opening and middle game must be studied in relation to the end game.

    The best way to learn endings, as well as openings, is from the games of the masters.

    The winning of a pawn among good players of even strength often means the winning of the game.

    The king, which during the opening and middlegame stage is often a burden because it has to be defended, becomes in the endgame a very important and aggressive piece, and the beginner should realize this, and utilize his king as much as possible.

  • 3 years ago


    This kinds of lecture is just what I need. Thanks

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