end games are more important then openings or midgames.

Jan 10, 2010, 2:27 PM |

a rather complex game, most of the time i was one major peace down.
Although i got more white pawns of the board, it was not an easy game.
It was the end game that made me win it, i shouldn't have won.. but i did.
White made mistakes in the end game.

Overall i followed this tactic, limit castle options.
Force pawns in the corners to get out of popular defensive structures.
With some offers i managed both, the reason i was down in strong material, and swept a lot of pawns of the board

Its a nice lesson no matter how strong you are in opening or midgame, its the end game that counts.