By Reuben Fine
Basic Chess Endings, written by means of foreign Grandmaster Reuben effective, is the main authoritative reference at the endgame. severe scholars of the sport locate the paintings unequalled in its intensity and diversity. Now, Grandmaster good friend Benko has revised this vintage with the most recent techniques within the endgame and tailored the booklet to algebraic notation. the result's what chess aficionados were eagerly ready for--a completely smooth bible on simple chess endings.
A convenient consultant for the sensible participant, Basic Chess Endings specializes in the points of the finishing that take place most often during play. With transparent language, it reinforces wisdom of the traditional place and tried-and-tested ideas. countless numbers of diagrams make examples effortless to keep on with. An imperative reference for each chess participant.
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Why You would did I risk my own life to get yours? like to know that, wouldn't you? Why did I let you in here at all? You'd ask that if you could. Ha, ha! Well, it was because men were thinking that Alexis Alexandrovitch wasn't what he used to be; because I was beginning to think so myself. Because I had begun to doubt my own wits. I had to let myself be brought to bay. I had to look into the muzzle of your I had to pistol. pit my life against yours in a struggle where I had no other weapon, no other I think help, than this.
BORIS. It it is not possible! ALEXIS. Eh? An oriental trick. A man in constant fear of poison may accustom himself, little by little, to a dose that would blast the life of an ordinary man. A fantastic precaution these days, only interesting to an antiquarian like myself. Well, well, you can hear me, can't you? I tell you I could have taken the entire mess; half of it seems to have been enough for [BORIS makes an effort to get at you. ] No use, Boris Shamrayeff! hold fast to the table. I advise you to STAGE GUILD PLAYS 28 BORIS.
To the To the mist that never night without stars! lifts! To the bottom of nothingness! Peace be with you! [He turns and taps the bell and then seats himself at the chessboard. The FOOTMAN FOOTMAN. ] Your excellency rang? ALEXIS. Go into the garden and find Mr. Tell him I am ready to finish Constantine. our game of chess. ] ALEXIS. [Studying the moves on the chess So! So! The bishop the queen! No! Yes, yes! I have it! I have it! Body of St. Michael, not in five moves, not in five moves tonight!
Basic Chess Endings by Reuben Fine