What to Expect in Endgames:

I haven’t discussed strictly endgames which is why I decided to discuss this post. The endgame is the most important (in my mind) part of chess because it teaches you the power of individual pieces and what they can do. Examples include; how to use a rook and bishop on an open board and how to position your king. I have a very instructive video which I believe drives the point home about how the cut-off is a powerful (yet unusual as most games don’t illustrate it well and is not exactly understood) technique to win you many chess games! Check out the video below!

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4 replies
  1. Tony B
    Tony B says:

    Hi Elan,
    I must admit I haven’t even thought of endgame strategies. I just stumbled upon her eloking to brush up on everyday chess. However saying that I must come back if my son continues to best me as he has been of late.

    Really glad I came across you.

    Regards Tony.B

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    • Elan
      Elan says:

      Hello Tony,

      Thank you for the kind words! The endgame is very important as one really understands the power of individual pieces on open boards and what they can do.

      Reply
  2. Jayde Butcher
    Jayde Butcher says:

    Wow this has really opened my eyes up to the world of online chess! I never even considered the end game before this so thank you! I have never been that good at chess myself so this might help me up my game! I take it you’re a expert at chess yourself now?

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    • Elan
      Elan says:

      Hello Jayde,

      I am an expert at certain things and those areas of expertise have served me very well. Online chess is incredibly exciting and may you discover the game more and more with practice!

      Reply

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