Practical Chess Defence - Aagaard

Wouter_Remmerswaal

I'm looking for a book to look a bit more into defending (especially when up in material but having no initiative).
How are Aagaard's books?

Seine

I think you mean endgames. A pawn ahead is in most  cases a endgame situation. Many mistakes are made in the endgame. 

Wouter_Remmerswaal
Seine wrote:

I think you mean endgames. A pawn ahead is in most  cases a endgame situation. Many mistakes are made in the endgame. 


No I mean in the middlegame. The title of the book is in the topic.

ketchuplover wrote:

Defending when ahead.  Me thinks herr Steinitz is rolling in his grave.


You can have initiative and still be behind in material. For instance when you gambit?

PUMAPRIDE
ketchuplover wrote:

Defending when ahead.  Me thinks herr Steinitz is rolling in his grave.


yeah lol, even so my brain rolls in my skull when i watch steinitz games.