ICCF - Correspondence Chess

ICCF - Correspondence Chess
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Mittwoch, 9. Januar 2019

Train your Endgame technique

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Dear Manfred
After launching the Search Chess Endgames feature we are proud to announce a new training tool. Now you can Play Endgame Positions against the computer.
Find out about this amazing training tool and train yourself through this important phase of the game. You will face thousands of positions that you could find in a real game.

"Endings of one rook and pawns are the most common sort of endings arising on the chess board. Yet though they do occur so often, few have mastered them thoroughly. They are often of a very difficult nature, and sometimes while apparently very simple they are in reality extremely intricate." – Jose Capablanca
You will have help available during each movement to discover the winning line, and you can advance to a new problem at any time.

Studying endgames is vital and decisive for winning games. Endgames, unlike Openings, do not change with fashion and once they are mastered even average players can have the confidence that they know something that a GM doesn't know.
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