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by ShereshevskyShereshevsky's masterful guide to endgame play is an essential work for every aspiring player. Using classic examples from Grandmaster practice, together with modern illustrations and instructive games by lesser-known players, Shereshevsky lucidly explains the basic principles of the endgame: King centralization The role of pawns Exchanging pieces Suppressing counterplay Two weaknesses ... and much more International Master Mikhail Shereshevsky is one of the strongest players from Byelorussia. He is a highly regarded trainer and author whose two-volume work (with Leonid Slutsky) Mastering the Endgame was also translated by Ken Neat and is available from Cadogan. 218 pp. 1985