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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fills a void in chess literature...incredibly underrated 19 février 2008
Par Andre E. Harding - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I owe the late GM Edmar Mednis and this book a great deal of gratitude: when I was taking my first steps in chess (up to 1300/1400), what I learned in this book won so many games for me it's ridiculous.

From the Middlegame to the Endgame is a book about just what the title implies: steering the game from the middlegame into the endgame (or not) whether you are better, worse, or the position is even. The examples chosen and the commentary is wonderful. I have my fair share of Mednis books, but this is my favorite (and Mednis books, almost without exception, always ranged from quality to very high quality). I believe that this work belongs in the library of EVERY improving chessplayer, something I wouldn't say about other, more well-known works.

Even though it is not the intended audience, I would especially recommend this work to motivated, intermediate scholastic players (like I was). If they "get" this book, they will be able to reel in and, especially, save, points by the boatload because a lot of their opponents won't understand what's happening on the board in the late middlegame the way they will.

Even though I am now (I hope) above the level of this work, it has clearly left its mark on my play.

I can't recommend this book any higher.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Practical Advice: Effective And Memorable 6 avril 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Grandmaster Mednis concentrates his focus on practical examples such as what to do when one is unavoidably headed for or already in an inferior endgame position. He notes how most players often go from desperate suicidal attempts at counterplay or play passively, defending threats and drifting towards defeat. What Mednis provides is info on how one can balance one's play and make the opponent earn that victory. His examples are memorable - for instance, players are often reluctant to trade queens fearing it will blunt their attack, but often the opposing queen is a great defender without which the enemy's position often collapses. An interesting and rewarding read.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent text on complex endgames 22 septembre 2013
Par Captkirk - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This text is an excellent text on complex endings in general. Yes, it does talk about transitions from the middlegame (which Mednis defines as exchanging queens). In fact it covers that quite thoroughly, and with a lot more nuance than simply saying "exchange queens if you're ahead in material." But more than that it's a general treatise on endings where both sides have several pieces and pawns on on both sides of the board. There are chapters titled, "Winning Rook + Minor Piece Endgames", and "The Value of the Passed Rook Pawn in Knight Endgames." In the Rook + Minor piece endings chapter, Mednis shows that there can be endings with pawns on both sides of the board, with an open position (no pawns blocked - all are mobile) that still favors Rook + Knight over Rook + Bishop. Very instructive. Since that is a fairly sophisticated topic, I wanted to disagree (slightly) with the impression that Mr. Harding left that this is a book for lower-rated players. I certainly think that class A players (perhaps even higher) can benefit from this book. I think this book is an excellent introduction to more complex endings than are typically found in endgame texts. In that sense, a lot like Shereshevsky's book, though of course a completely different emphasis.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 100 point improvement 16 janvier 2014
Par nezzar - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Not only do I enjoy reading this book, but while reading this my rating on FICS has gone up by 100 points! And I'm only on page 27! Information is presented in a very easy to understand way, so that even average players like me can understand and benefit from it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Old is not necessarily Bad 1 janvier 2016
Par Rev. John D. White - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've been a fan of Edmar Mednis books for quite some time. At least since 1981 when I began playing chess seriously. Though his work is now a bit dated, I do not feel that his relevance as an author and resource is any less. I found this book to be quite well done and learned a great many new things from it. As CS Lewis noted a long time ago, just because something is dated or older does not mean it is not valuable. Recommended for the good club player.
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