100 Endgames You Must Know
In my first years in the world of chess, I used to read a lot about the importance of a good
knowledge of endgames and the futility of studying openings. I used to find this kind of statement
not only in Capablanca’s works, but also in many articles from magazines of that time: sentences
like ‘Grandmasters’ greater understanding is most clearly noticeable in the endgame’ and similar
things. Strategy used to receive the same, or similar, treatment when compared to tactics. You
could read sentences like ‘Grandmasters spend much more time in developing plans rather than in
calculating variations’ and so forth. That could be the reason why I, who spent almost my whole
time during the games in calculating variations accurately, and devoted much more time to the study
of openings rather than the endgame, could not even imagine that I would one day
become a grandmaster.
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