Sabtu, 02 Juni 2012

Comprehensive Chess Endings Vol. 4 - Averbakh and Maizelis


1. Basic Theory and Terminology
2. King and Pawn against King
3. King and Two Pawns against King
4. Pawn against Pawn
4.1 Pawns on the same file
4.2 Pawns on adjacent files
4.3 Both pawns passed
5. Two Pawns against One
5.1 Connected pawns
5.11 All pawns passed
5.12 One passed pawn, pawns blocked
5.13 One passed pawn, pawns mobile
5.14 No passed pawn, pawns blocked
5.15 No passed pawn, pawns mobile
5.2 Isolated pawns
5.21 All pawns passed
5.22 One passed pawn
5.23 No passed pawn
5.3 Doubled pawns
5.31 All pawns passed
5.32 Pawns on adjacent files
5.33 Pawns on the same file
6. Two Pawns against Two
6.1 Endings with passed pawns
6.11 Two passed pawns
6.12 One passed pawn
6.2 Endings without passed pawns
6.21 Connected pawns against connected
6.22 Connected pawns against isolated
6.23 Isolated pawns against isolated
7. Three Pawns against Two or Three Pawns
7.1 Endings with passed pawns
7.2 Endings without passed pawns
7.21 All pawns on one wing
7.22 Separated pawns on both wings
7.23 Scattered pawns
8. Endings with Several Pawns (material advantage)
9. Endings with Several Pawns (positional advantage)
9.1 Outside passed pawn
9.2 More dangerous passed pawns
9.3 Protected passed pawn
9.4 Breakthrough
9.5 Defects in the pawn formation
9.6 Reserve tempi
9.7 Better king position
10. The Theory of Corresponding Square Systems
10.1   Eight-square system
10.2   Quadratic system
10.3   Quadratic system with non-unambiguous rear
10.4   Triangular system
10.5   Two systems
10.6   Six-square (rectangular) system
10.7   ‘T’ system
10.8   Multi-square systems
10.9   Irregular systems
10.10 Second-order systems
10.11 Certain complicated cases

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