Small Steps 2 Success

Small Steps 2 Success
Sam Shankland

Years ago, when I was first starting to compete in tournaments, I asked the strongest player who came to the chess club (this happened to be IM William Martz) what I should do to improve. He told me to first study endgames. I think Capablanca recommended this, too.

About this book: Passed pawns - whether connected, lone or protected - are common occurrences in middlegames and endgames, and your effectiveness in playing with or against them will make the difference between victory and defeat. Just like in his previous book, Shankland breaks down each topic into a series or crystal-clear guidelines to aid the reader. Available in hardcover or paperback at the same price!

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