May 31, 2010, 7:50 AM |

This is my first post. So I request the reader the forgive this little fellow for faults I'm going to do.

The endgame is a very important and interesting part of chess. We at our childhood didn't play it very seriously as most of the games were decided on the basis of mistakes your opponent had done.

When we play this game with much more seriousness we have to put a lot more stress on this. I have lost most of my lost matches  due to inexperienced endgame.

I don't think someone can improve his endgame simply by thinking or only by playing a lot; rather a mixture of both the things will certainly be better(though I think there is nothing better in chess, best or worst only).

That's all knowledge I gathered from my games.

Thanks for reading this article.

Have a good day.