I'm gonna crazy with dvoretsky's endgame manual

Cactusjuice01
Thanks for all advice now I'm keep going on using Stockfish to analysis anyway this book extremely beneficial as its difficult.
LaurenceGlazier
hhnngg1 wrote:

I have a big tip for anyone who's interested in studying Dvoretsky:

 Buy the Chessbase .cbv file version, not the book. NO wasted time entering positions or moves, and you can play the positions against the engine.

Would I have to buy the ChessBase app in addition, or can I use ChessBase Reader instead - do you know whether that would that enable practice against the engine as you described?

If so I am tempted to get it. I'm tempted anyway, but not sure it is worth buying ChessBase purely for the endgame book.

DrChesspain

Would I have to buy the Chessbase app in addition, or can I use Chessbase Reader instead - do you know whether that would that enable practice against the engine as you described?

If so I am tempted to get it. I'm tempted anyway, but not sure it is worth buying Chessbase purely for the endgame book.

 

I don't own a "for-purchase," Chessbase product, but I'm easily able to load and follow .cbv files with the free downloadable "Chessbase Reader," which also allows me load one or more of the free chess engines I have (i.e. Komodo, Stockfish and Fritz) so that I can follow along with the game, annotations, and simultaneous computer analysis.

 

If you still want any technical questions answered ,  he people at Chessbase are very good about quickly answering e-mails.

LaurenceGlazier

 Thanks Eric, I went with Chessbase Reader, worked well enough for me :-)

Yaqeen

 hi all, does anyone has PGN format of these end game books?