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The Resource Basic chess endings, Reuben Fine ; revised by Pal Benko

Basic chess endings, Reuben Fine ; revised by Pal Benko

Label
Basic chess endings
Title
Basic chess endings
Statement of responsibility
Reuben Fine ; revised by Pal Benko
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
RLS
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1914-1993
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Fine, Reuben
Dewey number
794.124
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
GV1451
LC item number
.F5 2003
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1928-
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Benko, Pal
Series statement
McKay chess library
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Chess
Label
Basic chess endings, Reuben Fine ; revised by Pal Benko
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Publication
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • The Elementary Mates -- The Queen -- The Rook -- Two Bishops -- Bishop and Knight -- Two Knights -- King and Pawn Endings -- King and Pawn vs. King -- King and Pawn vs. King and Pawn -- White Queens First -- White Queens With Check -- Both Sides Queen; White Mates or Wins the Queen -- White Captures the Pawn -- King and Two Pawns vs. King -- King and Two Pawns vs. King and Pawn -- Two Connected Passed Pawns -- Two Unconnected Passed Pawns -- One Passed Pawn -- Pawns Are Separated -- Pawns Are United -- White's Pawns Are Doubled -- White Has No Passed Pawn -- King and Two Pawns vs. King and Two Pawns -- White Has Two Connected Passed Pawns -- White Has One Passed Pawn -- Neither Side Has a Passed Pawn -- King and Three Pawns vs. King and Two Pawns -- King and Three Pawns vs. King and Three Pawns -- Queen by Force -- Outside Passed Pawn -- Protected Passed Pawn -- Qualitative Pawn Superiority -- Passed Pawns or Set of Passed Pawns Is Qualitatively Superior -- King Is Closer to the Pawns -- White Has the Opposition -- Four or More Pawns on Either Side -- One Side Is a Pawn Ahead -- Blocked Pawns -- Stalemate -- Materially Even Positions -- Maneuvering for a Tempo -- The Opposition -- Knight and Pawn Endings -- The Knights Alone vs. Pawns -- Knights and Pawns vs. Pawns -- One Knight and Pawns vs. One Knight and Pawns -- Positions With Material Advantage -- Positions With Even Material -- Better Pawn Position -- Better King Position -- Better Knight Position -- Two Knights and Pawns -- Bishop and Pawn Endings -- Bishop vs. Pawns -- Bishop and Pawns vs. King, with and Without Pawns -- Bishop and Pawn vs. Two Pawns -- Advanced Pawns Draw -- Advanced Pawns Win -- Pawn Exchange Unavoidable -- Bishop and pawn vs. Three or More Pawns -- Advanced Pawns Draw -- Advanced Pawns Win -- Pawn Exchange Unavoidable -- Bishop and Pawns vs. Bishop of the Same Color with and Without Pawns -- Positions With Material Advantage -- Bishop and Pawn vs. Bishop -- Bishop and Two Pawns vs. Bishop -- Bishop and Two Pawns vs. Bishop and Pawn -- Two or More Pawns on Each Side -- Even Material -- Better Pawn Position -- Better Bishop -- Better King Position -- Bishops of Opposite Colors -- Bishop and Pawn vs. Bishop -- Bishop and Two Pawns vs. Bishop -- Doubled Pawns -- Connected Passed Pawns -- Unconnected Passed Pawns -- Both Sides Have Pawns -- The Defender Draws Despite Material or Positional Inferiority -- Material or Positional Advantage Is Decisive -- Better King Position -- Better Placed Passed Pawns -- One Passed Pawn (Actual or Potential) and Play on the Other Wing -- Better-Placed Pawns -- Special Combinations -- Minor Piece Endings -- Bishop vs. Knight -- The Basic Positions -- Bishop and Pawn vs. Knight -- Knight and Pawn vs. Bishop -- Bishop and Two or More Pawns vs. Knight -- Knight and Two Pawns vs. Bishop -- Bishop and Two Pawns vs. Knight and Pawn -- Knight and Two Pawns vs. Bishop and Pawn -- More Complicated Ending -- Material Advantage -- Positional Advantage -- The Bishop Is Superior -- The Knight Is Superior -- Weak Color Complexes -- The Bad Bishop -- Weak Pawns -- Better Pawn Position -- Better King Position -- Bishop, Knight, and Pawns vs. Bishop, Knight, and Pawns -- Bishops of Opposite Colors -- Bishops of the Same Color -- The Two Bishops -- The Pawn Structure Is Unbalanced -- The Pawn Structure Is Balanced -- Two Pieces vs. One -- No Pawns -- With Pawns -- White Has One Pawn -- White Has Two or More Pawns -- Rook and Pawn Endings -- Rook vs. Pawns -- Rook vs. One Pawn -- Rook vs. Two Pawns -- Rook vs. Three Pawns -- All Pawns Are Connected -- Only Two Pawns Are Connected -- Isolated Pawns -- Rook vs. Four or More Pawns -- Rook and Pawns vs. Pawns -- Rook and Pawn vs. Rook -- The Black King on the Queening Square -- Immobilizing the Rook -- Allowing the King to Be Driven from the Queening Square -- Playing the King to the Wrong Side -- The King Is Cut Off from the Queening File -- The Lucena Position -- When the Lucena Position Can Be Reached -- Exceptions -- The Black King Is Not on the Queening File but Is Not Directly Cut Off -- The Black King Is Cut Off on a Rank -- The Black King Is Behind the Pawn but Not Directly Cut Off -- The White Rook Is in Front of the Pawn -- The White Rook Is Behind the Pawn -- Rook and Two Pawns vs. Rook -- Connected Pawns -- Unconnected Pawns -- Doubled Pawns -- Rook and Two Pawns vs. Rook and Pawn -- White Has Two Passed Pawns -- White Has One Passed Pawn -- No Passed Pawn -- Material Advantage (in General) -- Outside Passed Pawn -- Potential Outside Passed Pawn -- The Extra Pawn Is in the Center -- All the Pawns on One Side -- Rook and Three Pawns vs. Rook and Two Pawns -- Rook and Four Pawns vs. Rook and Three Pawns -- Special Difficulties in Converting a Material Advantage Into a Win -- Weak Pawns -- Strong Passed Pawn -- Strong Rook Position -- Positional Advantage -- Better Rook Position -- The Rook on the Seventh Rank -- The Open File -- White's Rook Is Attacking a Pawn or Pawns Defended by Black's Rook -- Rook Behind a Passed Pawn, Opposing Rook in Front of It -- The More Active Rook -- Better Pawn Position -- Better Passed Pawns -- Exposed Pawns -- Doubled Pawns -- A Protected Passed Pawn -- Qualitative Pawn Majority -- Better King Position -- Centralization -- One King Is Closer to the Vital Pawns -- Two-Rook Endings -- Rook and Minor Pieces -- Rook and Knight vs. Rook and Knight (or Bishop) -- Bishops of Opposite Colors -- Material Advantage -- Outside Passed Pawn -- Potential Outside Passed Pawn -- The Extra Pawn in the Center -- Positional Advantage -- Weak Pawns -- Mating Combinations -- Rook vs. Two Minor Pieces -- Even Pawns -- The Player With the Two Pieces Is One or More Pawns Ahead -- The Player With the Rook Is One or More Pawns Ahead -- Three Pieces vs. Two Rooks -- The Advantage of the Exchange -- Rook vs. Bishop (No Pawns) -- Rook and Pawn vs. Bishop -- Rook vs. Bishop and Pawns -- Rook vs. Bishop and Pawn -- Rook vs. Bishop and Two Pawns -- Rook vs. Bishop and Three (or More) Pawns -- Rook and Pawns vs. Bishop and Pawns -- No Pawns for the Exchange -- One Pawn for the Exchange -- Two Pawns for the Exchange -- Three Pawns (or More) for the Exchange -- Rook vs. Knight (No Pawns) -- Rook and Pawn vs. Knight -- Rook vs. Knight and Pawns -- Rook vs. Knight and One Pawn -- Rook vs. Knight and Two (or More) Pawns -- Rook and Pawns vs. Knight and Pawns -- No Pawns for the Exchange -- One Pawn for the Exchange -- Two (or More) Pawns for the Exchange -- Rook and Bishop vs. Rook -- Rook and Knight vs. Rook -- Various Combinations of Rooks and Minor Pieces Without Pawns -- The Double Exchange -- Rook and Minor Pieces vs. Two Minor Pieces -- Rook vs. Three Minor Pieces -- Queen Endings -- Queen vs. Pawns -- Queen vs. One Pawn -- Queen vs. Two Pawns -- Queen vs. Three (or More) Pawns -- Queen and Pawns vs. Pawns -- Queen and Pawn Endings -- Queen and Pawn vs. Queen -- Queen and Two Pawns vs. Queen -- Connected Pawns -- Unconnected Pawns -- Doubled Pawns -- Material Advantage -- The Defending King Is Not Near the Opposing Pawn Majority (Outside and Potential Outside Passed Pawns) -- The Defending King Is Near the Opposing Pawn Majority (Pawns on Both Wings) -- All the Pawns Are on One Wing -- Positional Advantage -- Better Pawn Position -- Better Queen Position -- Better King Position -- Queen and Minor Piece vs. Queen -- Queen vs. Rooks and Pieces -- Queen vs. Two Rooks and One Piece -- Queen vs. Rook and Two Minor Pieces -- Queen vs. Rook and One Minor Piece -- Queen vs. Rook (or Rooks) -- Queen vs. Two Rooks -- Queen vs. Rook -- Without Pawns -- Queen vs. Rook and Pawn -- Queen vs. Rook and Two or More Pawns -- Queen and Pawns vs. Rook and Pawns -- Queen vs. Minor Pieces -- Queen vs. One Piece -- Queen vs. Two Pieces -- Two Bishops -- Two Knights -- Bishop and Knight -- Queen vs. Three Pieces -- Queen vs. Four Pieces -- Queen and Rook v. Queen and Rook -- Queen and Piece vs
  • Two Rooks -- Twenty Rules for the Endgame
Control code
ocm53482237
Dimensions
20 cm.
Edition
Rev.
Extent
592 pages
Isbn
9780812934939
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)53482237
Label
Basic chess endings, Reuben Fine ; revised by Pal Benko
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Elementary Mates -- The Queen -- The Rook -- Two Bishops -- Bishop and Knight -- Two Knights -- King and Pawn Endings -- King and Pawn vs. King -- King and Pawn vs. King and Pawn -- White Queens First -- White Queens With Check -- Both Sides Queen; White Mates or Wins the Queen -- White Captures the Pawn -- King and Two Pawns vs. King -- King and Two Pawns vs. King and Pawn -- Two Connected Passed Pawns -- Two Unconnected Passed Pawns -- One Passed Pawn -- Pawns Are Separated -- Pawns Are United -- White's Pawns Are Doubled -- White Has No Passed Pawn -- King and Two Pawns vs. King and Two Pawns -- White Has Two Connected Passed Pawns -- White Has One Passed Pawn -- Neither Side Has a Passed Pawn -- King and Three Pawns vs. King and Two Pawns -- King and Three Pawns vs. King and Three Pawns -- Queen by Force -- Outside Passed Pawn -- Protected Passed Pawn -- Qualitative Pawn Superiority -- Passed Pawns or Set of Passed Pawns Is Qualitatively Superior -- King Is Closer to the Pawns -- White Has the Opposition -- Four or More Pawns on Either Side -- One Side Is a Pawn Ahead -- Blocked Pawns -- Stalemate -- Materially Even Positions -- Maneuvering for a Tempo -- The Opposition -- Knight and Pawn Endings -- The Knights Alone vs. Pawns -- Knights and Pawns vs. Pawns -- One Knight and Pawns vs. One Knight and Pawns -- Positions With Material Advantage -- Positions With Even Material -- Better Pawn Position -- Better King Position -- Better Knight Position -- Two Knights and Pawns -- Bishop and Pawn Endings -- Bishop vs. Pawns -- Bishop and Pawns vs. King, with and Without Pawns -- Bishop and Pawn vs. Two Pawns -- Advanced Pawns Draw -- Advanced Pawns Win -- Pawn Exchange Unavoidable -- Bishop and pawn vs. Three or More Pawns -- Advanced Pawns Draw -- Advanced Pawns Win -- Pawn Exchange Unavoidable -- Bishop and Pawns vs. Bishop of the Same Color with and Without Pawns -- Positions With Material Advantage -- Bishop and Pawn vs. Bishop -- Bishop and Two Pawns vs. Bishop -- Bishop and Two Pawns vs. Bishop and Pawn -- Two or More Pawns on Each Side -- Even Material -- Better Pawn Position -- Better Bishop -- Better King Position -- Bishops of Opposite Colors -- Bishop and Pawn vs. Bishop -- Bishop and Two Pawns vs. Bishop -- Doubled Pawns -- Connected Passed Pawns -- Unconnected Passed Pawns -- Both Sides Have Pawns -- The Defender Draws Despite Material or Positional Inferiority -- Material or Positional Advantage Is Decisive -- Better King Position -- Better Placed Passed Pawns -- One Passed Pawn (Actual or Potential) and Play on the Other Wing -- Better-Placed Pawns -- Special Combinations -- Minor Piece Endings -- Bishop vs. Knight -- The Basic Positions -- Bishop and Pawn vs. Knight -- Knight and Pawn vs. Bishop -- Bishop and Two or More Pawns vs. Knight -- Knight and Two Pawns vs. Bishop -- Bishop and Two Pawns vs. Knight and Pawn -- Knight and Two Pawns vs. Bishop and Pawn -- More Complicated Ending -- Material Advantage -- Positional Advantage -- The Bishop Is Superior -- The Knight Is Superior -- Weak Color Complexes -- The Bad Bishop -- Weak Pawns -- Better Pawn Position -- Better King Position -- Bishop, Knight, and Pawns vs. Bishop, Knight, and Pawns -- Bishops of Opposite Colors -- Bishops of the Same Color -- The Two Bishops -- The Pawn Structure Is Unbalanced -- The Pawn Structure Is Balanced -- Two Pieces vs. One -- No Pawns -- With Pawns -- White Has One Pawn -- White Has Two or More Pawns -- Rook and Pawn Endings -- Rook vs. Pawns -- Rook vs. One Pawn -- Rook vs. Two Pawns -- Rook vs. Three Pawns -- All Pawns Are Connected -- Only Two Pawns Are Connected -- Isolated Pawns -- Rook vs. Four or More Pawns -- Rook and Pawns vs. Pawns -- Rook and Pawn vs. Rook -- The Black King on the Queening Square -- Immobilizing the Rook -- Allowing the King to Be Driven from the Queening Square -- Playing the King to the Wrong Side -- The King Is Cut Off from the Queening File -- The Lucena Position -- When the Lucena Position Can Be Reached -- Exceptions -- The Black King Is Not on the Queening File but Is Not Directly Cut Off -- The Black King Is Cut Off on a Rank -- The Black King Is Behind the Pawn but Not Directly Cut Off -- The White Rook Is in Front of the Pawn -- The White Rook Is Behind the Pawn -- Rook and Two Pawns vs. Rook -- Connected Pawns -- Unconnected Pawns -- Doubled Pawns -- Rook and Two Pawns vs. Rook and Pawn -- White Has Two Passed Pawns -- White Has One Passed Pawn -- No Passed Pawn -- Material Advantage (in General) -- Outside Passed Pawn -- Potential Outside Passed Pawn -- The Extra Pawn Is in the Center -- All the Pawns on One Side -- Rook and Three Pawns vs. Rook and Two Pawns -- Rook and Four Pawns vs. Rook and Three Pawns -- Special Difficulties in Converting a Material Advantage Into a Win -- Weak Pawns -- Strong Passed Pawn -- Strong Rook Position -- Positional Advantage -- Better Rook Position -- The Rook on the Seventh Rank -- The Open File -- White's Rook Is Attacking a Pawn or Pawns Defended by Black's Rook -- Rook Behind a Passed Pawn, Opposing Rook in Front of It -- The More Active Rook -- Better Pawn Position -- Better Passed Pawns -- Exposed Pawns -- Doubled Pawns -- A Protected Passed Pawn -- Qualitative Pawn Majority -- Better King Position -- Centralization -- One King Is Closer to the Vital Pawns -- Two-Rook Endings -- Rook and Minor Pieces -- Rook and Knight vs. Rook and Knight (or Bishop) -- Bishops of Opposite Colors -- Material Advantage -- Outside Passed Pawn -- Potential Outside Passed Pawn -- The Extra Pawn in the Center -- Positional Advantage -- Weak Pawns -- Mating Combinations -- Rook vs. Two Minor Pieces -- Even Pawns -- The Player With the Two Pieces Is One or More Pawns Ahead -- The Player With the Rook Is One or More Pawns Ahead -- Three Pieces vs. Two Rooks -- The Advantage of the Exchange -- Rook vs. Bishop (No Pawns) -- Rook and Pawn vs. Bishop -- Rook vs. Bishop and Pawns -- Rook vs. Bishop and Pawn -- Rook vs. Bishop and Two Pawns -- Rook vs. Bishop and Three (or More) Pawns -- Rook and Pawns vs. Bishop and Pawns -- No Pawns for the Exchange -- One Pawn for the Exchange -- Two Pawns for the Exchange -- Three Pawns (or More) for the Exchange -- Rook vs. Knight (No Pawns) -- Rook and Pawn vs. Knight -- Rook vs. Knight and Pawns -- Rook vs. Knight and One Pawn -- Rook vs. Knight and Two (or More) Pawns -- Rook and Pawns vs. Knight and Pawns -- No Pawns for the Exchange -- One Pawn for the Exchange -- Two (or More) Pawns for the Exchange -- Rook and Bishop vs. Rook -- Rook and Knight vs. Rook -- Various Combinations of Rooks and Minor Pieces Without Pawns -- The Double Exchange -- Rook and Minor Pieces vs. Two Minor Pieces -- Rook vs. Three Minor Pieces -- Queen Endings -- Queen vs. Pawns -- Queen vs. One Pawn -- Queen vs. Two Pawns -- Queen vs. Three (or More) Pawns -- Queen and Pawns vs. Pawns -- Queen and Pawn Endings -- Queen and Pawn vs. Queen -- Queen and Two Pawns vs. Queen -- Connected Pawns -- Unconnected Pawns -- Doubled Pawns -- Material Advantage -- The Defending King Is Not Near the Opposing Pawn Majority (Outside and Potential Outside Passed Pawns) -- The Defending King Is Near the Opposing Pawn Majority (Pawns on Both Wings) -- All the Pawns Are on One Wing -- Positional Advantage -- Better Pawn Position -- Better Queen Position -- Better King Position -- Queen and Minor Piece vs. Queen -- Queen vs. Rooks and Pieces -- Queen vs. Two Rooks and One Piece -- Queen vs. Rook and Two Minor Pieces -- Queen vs. Rook and One Minor Piece -- Queen vs. Rook (or Rooks) -- Queen vs. Two Rooks -- Queen vs. Rook -- Without Pawns -- Queen vs. Rook and Pawn -- Queen vs. Rook and Two or More Pawns -- Queen and Pawns vs. Rook and Pawns -- Queen vs. Minor Pieces -- Queen vs. One Piece -- Queen vs. Two Pieces -- Two Bishops -- Two Knights -- Bishop and Knight -- Queen vs. Three Pieces -- Queen vs. Four Pieces -- Queen and Rook v. Queen and Rook -- Queen and Piece vs
  • Two Rooks -- Twenty Rules for the Endgame
Control code
ocm53482237
Dimensions
20 cm.
Edition
Rev.
Extent
592 pages
Isbn
9780812934939
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)53482237

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