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Improving the Endgame Technique: Same-Colored Bishop Endgames (Book 1) by Valery Aveskulov (Author), Dmytro Kharuzin (Illustrator), Roman Jiganchine (Editor)

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Post  ChessCaissa on Mon Mar 25, 2019 1:00 am

PDF (2.3 mb):
http://rgho.st/7d5VBM7Bd

Thanks to the original uploader! sunny

This book is going to help you to become better in the same-colored bishop endgames (SCBE). Being an adherent of Mark Dvoretsky's method of coaching, author supports his idea about optimal way to study chess endgames. First, one needs to study the theory of a given type of endgame; secondly, a player needs to improve his or her practical skills with exercises.
Nowadays, it is not a secret, that a lot of players ignore studying endgames. But since you are already reading this text, you are not one of them. Evidently, the question, that forced you to find this e-book, is “how to improve one's endgame skills?”. You have already found some good books on the endgames and probably have read some of them, but you have an understandable fear, that when this or that endgame happens in your own game, you can forget most of what you have read. So, the next step is to turn the adopted knowledge from above-mentioned books and other sources - into your unconscious knowledge. Remember, that modern time controls do not give a chance to think deeply when you get to the endgame. Intuition plays a primary role in such conditions. Geniuses already have a good intuition, the rest of us should train a lot!
This e-book will provide you with a lot of exercises to achieve the goal. You will see both simple basic things and then more and more difficult examples, in which even deep analysis does not answer the question of “is this winning or drawn?”. Most examples in the book were given to author's students during the lessons and together they have been finding more and more improvements, interesting ideas, refutations and so on. The e-book provides quite a good quality of analytics, since hours were spent for most of examples. But even considering this, you can read there, that holes are possible. Author does not claim to close the topic; he just opens the veil of SCBE, shares his thoughts and gives concrete advice about how to take decisions in SCBE.
After reading this e-book you will definitely feel a desire to enter to SCBE much more frequently than you used to do earlier!

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Print Length: 334 pages
Publication Date: June 7, 2017
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Language: English
ASIN: B072K3MGC7


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Post  adnan on Mon Mar 25, 2019 3:47 am

Thanks a lot, this was book #1, is there book # 2?

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Post  ChessCaissa on Mon Mar 25, 2019 4:11 am

adnan wrote:Thanks a lot, this was book #1,  is there book # 2?

Here is book 2, PDF plus PGN:
http://rgho.st/6Pysl4KqQ

Password: CAISSA

Thanks to the original uploader at Immortalchess.net and also to the producer of the two PGN versions (I seem to recall that it was kingfisher6.) sunny
I do not remember whether this PDF was produced from the Kindle edition or from Forward Chess. If so, perhaps the original uploader was gambit_man, so big thanks to him! sunny

Being an adherent of Mark Dvoretsky's method of coaching, I support his idea about the optimal way to study chess endgames. First, one needs to study the theory of a given type of endgame; secondly, a player needs to improve his or her practical skills with exercises. Nowadays, it is not a secret, that a lot of players ignore studying endgames. But since you are already reading this text, you are not one of them. Evidently, the question, that forced you to find this e-book, is "how to improve one's endgame skills?". You have already found some good books on the endgames and probably have read some of them, but you have an understandable fear, that when this or that endgame happens in your own game, you can forget most of what you have read. So, the next step is to turn the adopted knowledge from above-mentioned books and other sources - into your unconscious knowledge. Remember, that modern time controls do not give a chance to think deeply when you get to the endgame. Intuition plays a primary role in such conditions. Geniuses already have a good intuition, the rest of us should train a lot!
This e-book will provide you with a lot of exercises to achieve the goal. You will see both simple basic things and then more and more difficult examples, in which even deep analysis does not answer the question of “is this winning or drawn?”. Most examples in the book were given to author's students during the lessons and together they have been finding more and more improvements, interesting ideas, refutations and so on. The e-book provides quite a good quality of analytics, since hours were spent for most of examples. But even considering this, you can read there, that holes are possible. Author does not claim to close the topic; he just opens the veil of OCBE, shares his thoughts and gives concrete advice about how to take decisions in OCBE.
After reading this e-book you will definitely feel a desire to enter to OCBE much more frequently than you used to do earlier!

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File Size: 19138 KB
Print Length: 468 pages
Publication Date: June 21, 2018
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Post  adnan on Mon Mar 25, 2019 7:00 am

Thank you very much sir

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