REUBEN FINE BASIC CHESS ENDINGS PDF

The book used the now obsolete descriptive chess notation and used the old system of using the abbreviation "Kt" to stand for knight instead of the more modern "N". He said that organizing the material gave him no trouble, but it was hard work coming up with example positions. He created many of the examples Winter The hardback edition was reprinted at least as late as

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Jun 16, , PM 4 Reuben Fine was one of the strongest chess players in the world from the early s through the s, an International Grandmaster, psychologist, university professor, and author of many books on both chess and psychology. In fact, I looked for an image to post and did not recognize the cover.

Mine is see my cover on the blog heading before the newer algebraic notation versions were published. If I reach a position that looks drawish, or crucial for a win, I can look to see what Fine has to say about the material left on the board. Recently, as White, I arrived at the following position after Kxf5 capturing my last pawn in a hard fought battle to stay alive. Looking at my opponents three connected pawns vs my lone Bishop made me feel quite uneasy.

If: P-B6ch; 2. B-Q8, P-R6; 4. B-B7ch not 4. B-Kt3, or 1. B-Q6 to prevent P-Kt5 , or K-B4; 2. In No. My mission and I chose to accept it was to maneuver my King and Bishop to resemble No. Naturally, my opponent was not going to comply, but I was determined to do my utmost to get as close to the diagram as I could.

I decided that my first step was to get the King in place as soon as possible. The game followed with my move: As it turned out we both made a couple of blunders, but my opponent made the last one. So, as Savielly Tartakower said "The winner of the game is the player who makes the next-to-last mistake.

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Jun 16, , PM 4 Reuben Fine was one of the strongest chess players in the world from the early s through the s, an International Grandmaster, psychologist, university professor, and author of many books on both chess and psychology. In fact, I looked for an image to post and did not recognize the cover. Mine is see my cover on the blog heading before the newer algebraic notation versions were published. If I reach a position that looks drawish, or crucial for a win, I can look to see what Fine has to say about the material left on the board.

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Basic Chess Endings

May 24, Bart Breen rated it really liked it A few Tweaks needed but Still Amazing Openings are the realm of the beginner understanding basic Chess theory. Middle games are the realm of the intermediate player mastering strategy and tactics. End Games are the realm of the Chess Master. You have to actually be able to finish your opponent off and translate it into a victory. Once you begin to understand the end game, your view of Chess in the openings and middle games will change because you A few Tweaks needed but Still Amazing Openings are the realm of the beginner understanding basic Chess theory.

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Fine, Reuben - Basic Chess Endings

An uncle taught him chess when he was eight. He was asked to stop, and did, moving to the rival Marshall Chess Club in New York City, stomping grounds for many famous grandmasters , such as Bobby Fischer later on. He narrowly lost a stakes match to fellow young New York master Arnold Denker. Open Champion[ edit ] At 17, Fine won his first of seven U. Fine then decided to try the life of a chess professional for a few years.

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