Mieses: Chess Endings from Modern Master Play (updated and edited by Carsten Hansen)

Mieses: Chess Endings from Modern Master Play (updated and edited by Carsten Hansen)


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Autor: Mieses, Jaques
Verlag: CarstenChess
Erscheinungsjahr: 2024
Sprache: Englisch
Buchumschlag: paperback
Seiten: 104

In this book, German-English Grandmaster Mieses has selected 30 instructive and interesting endgames played in top tournaments in the period up to 1900. The games feature the top players of the time, including World Champions Lasker and Steinitz, as well as top players such as Morphy, Pillsbury, Tarrasch, Chigorin, Zukertort and several others, including the author himself.

Jakob Mieses was born in 1865 in Leipzig, Germany. He enjoyed a long lasting professional chess career of 64 years. Mieses played in numerous tournaments throughout his life, and was known and studied as having a very aggressive, and at the same time, rather traditional playing style.

All of the games and analyses have been re-examined by FIDE Master & FIDE Trainer Carsten Hansen, adding new insights to these classic games.

The material is split into six chapters, covering most of the typical of endgame types.

003 Editor's Notes
004 A short biography of Jacques Mieses
005 Preface
007 Part I: Pawn Endings
019 Part II: Endings with Minor Pieces and Pawns against a Singular Force
044 Part III: Endings with Rook and Pawns on Both Sides
066 Part IV: Endings with Rooks against Minor Pieces
075 Part V: Endings with Rook, Minor Pieces, and Pawns on Both Sides
094 Part VI: Endings with Queen on Either Side
101 Index of Games

104 Seiten, kartoniert, Reprint, 1. Auflage 2024