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Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual Paperback – December 15, 2014
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"... One of the secrets of the Russian chess school is now before you, dear reader!" -- Grandmaster Artur Yusupov
About the Author
Mark Dvoretsky is considered by many to be the premier chess instructor in the world today. His books on the endgame (Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual; Tragicomedy in the Endgame) and the middlegame (Dvoretsky's Analytical Manual) have set new standards for excellence in chess books.
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Top Customer Reviews
Simply put, in terms of instruction and value to your game, this is THE greatest chess book ever written. Study this book thoroughly, and you will have more endgame knowledge than most ordinary masters, and many IMs too. This book will serve you better than any opening manual ever will, and for a lifetime of chess.
I am returning it to Amazon for a replacement. Of course the content of the book is great... but faded out print in a brand new book is unacceptable.
I just got the replacement book. While it is much better than the one I am returning, it is STILL not up to par. None of the pages with blue type that I have looked at so far are as seriously faded as the first book, but it is still very inconsistent throughout and I find this unacceptable. This second book will be returned as well...
I will forego this book for now. Might try again in a few months when there is a new production run. A real shame. My alternative for the interim will be to purchase Muller and Lamprecht's "Fundamental Chess Endings". Maybe after I get that book I will find that I really don't need Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual after all. Too bad.