Should I simplify to an ending or not? This is one of the hardest practical questions that chess players have to answer in their own games. Grandmaster Mednis, one of the world's leading endgame experts, explains the key positional and psychological factors involved in this decision and how to proceed once a simplification has been carried out. This book will help win your 'won' games and draw 'lost' ones!
Edmar Mednis is a U.S. International Grandmaster and an internationally recognized expert on both the opening and the endgame. The author of a regular column on the opening in "Chess Life" magazine, he has written more than a dozen books on chess.
Burt Hochberg is a former editor in chief of "Chess Life" magazine. He has written and edited a variety of chess books.
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