The endgame study shows chess at its simplest, and yet at its most fascinating. The board is wide open, every man has a role to play, and one or more moves are delightfully unexpected.
This book contains the cream of British endgame study composition. It features a hundred studies from the thirteenth century to the present day, ranging from elegant trifles to masterpieces in which subtlety follows subtlety. Each study is expounded in simple terms, with multiple intermediate diagrams to give easy reading.
It will give pleasure to beginner and experienced player alike.