|Other titles||Best chess endings.|
|Statement||by Irving Chernev.|
|Contributions||Chernev, Irving, 1900-|
|LC Classifications||GV1450.7 .C34 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||81017311|
Buy Capablanca's Best Chess Endings: 60 Complete Games (Dover Chess) annotated edition by Chernev, Irving (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(46). The best way to follow Capablanca's advice is through this — the only book devoted to his great endings, 60 complete games emphasizing the grand finale but annotated throughout. Irving Chernev communicates in his notes the mystery and wonder as well as the delight in discovering again and again the original, fertile mind of chess's greatest 5/5(1). Capablanca's Best Chess Endings Compiled by refutor. This fact alone is enough to justify this book of endings, selected from the tournament and match play of the greatest endgame virtuoso the world has ever seen - the immortal Capablanca. Here are wondrous endings to enchant the reader, endings of breathtaking artistry. This is a Capablanca dictum. Chernev has written a great book about capablancas sixty best games with an emphasis on endings. The full games are given annotated. Chernev does occassionally omit notes for simplicity sake but still one of the best chess authors there's been. Capablanca the greatest chess player of all time; no better!/5(45).
A great book with very instructive games and commentary. Note that while there is an overall emphasis on the endgame, all games are annotated from start to finish. This book was written quite some time ago before the advent of chess computers, so the analysis may not be perfect/5(2). The 14 games themselves at the end is sufficient for the intermediate book may seem unstructured to some but is the perfect output of the wonder Botvinnik who knows what he is talking about said Chess Fundamentals was the best chess book. In another review, I said that Essential Chess Endings by GM James Howell is the best endgame book on what could be termed "textbook" endgames: King and Pawn, Rook endings from Rook vs. Pawn through Rook and Pawn (with several pawns on both sides), minor piece endings, queen endings, etc. Howell explains the basics of these better than any book I am aware of.5/5(5). Capablanca's Best Chess Endings book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Chess endings have an immediacy lacking in chess end /5.
- Buy Capablanca's Best Chess Endings (Dover Chess) book online at best prices in India on Read Capablanca's Best Chess Endings (Dover Chess) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5(44). Chernev has written a great book about capablancas sixty best games with an emphasis on endings. The full games are given annotated. Chernev does occassionally omit notes for simplicity sake but still one of the best chess authors there's been/5(51). One of the best chess books I've ever read! Position is first then material; space and time are complementary to position. This is a Capablanca dictum. Chernev has written a great book about capablancas sixty best games with an emphasis on endings. The full games are given annotated/5(48). Emanuel Lasker had died in the same hospital the year before. Capablanca's body was given a public funeral in Havana's Colón Cemetery a week later, with President Batista taking personal charge of the funeral arrangements. Capablanca proposed a new chess variant, played on a 10x10 board or a 10x8 board. He introduced two new pieces.