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These endgame strategy books fill the gap from the end of the middlegame to where the other type of books takes over. The study of a few practical endgames are found in Arabic manuscripts from the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. However, these are from before the rule of pawn promotion , so most are of little value today Golombek A thirteenth-century Latin book by an unknown author examined the endgame of a knight versus a pawn, and formed the basis of later work by Alexey Troitsky in the twentieth century.
In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries a few types of endgames were studied, and opposition was known Golombek It used the Spanish rules in effect at the time, so a stalemate and baring the opponent's king were half-wins Roycroft In Pietro Carrera published knowledge of several types of endgames, including queen versus two bishops , two rooks versus a rook and a knight , and two rooks versus a rook and a bishop.
In Alessandro Salvio analyzed endgames, including a key position in rook endgames Golombek Philidor's book contained much more endgame analysis than earlier books. The first edition analyzed the rook and bishop versus rook endgame.
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Later editions covered the bishop and knight checkmate , rook and pawn versus bishop, queen versus rook and pawn, queen versus rook, rook and pawn versus rook including the Philidor position , queen and pawn versus queen , queen versus pawn on the seventh rank , knight versus pawn, two pawns versus one pawn, and two isolated pawns versus two connected pawns Golombek Lolli's book was based on del Rio's work and was one of the most important for the next 90 years.
He studied the endgame of a queen versus two bishops and agreed with the earlier opinion of Salvio that it was generally a draw. Later this was overturned by computer endgame tablebases , when Ken Thompson found a move solution. However, Lolli did find the unique position of mutual zugzwang in this endgame see diagram Stiller , Nunn Lolli's page book was the first giving practical research. His material came from several sources, including analysis by Philidor Golombek In Carlo Cozio published analysis of endgame positions, but it was not a practical handbook Golombek In Bernhard Horwitz and Josef Kling published Chess Studies, or endings of games , which contained positions.
Other important books were Fins de parties d'echecs by Phillipe Ambroise Durand and Jean-Louis Preti in , and Teoria e pratica del giuoco degli scacchi by Signor Salvioli in Golombek Winning with the Trompowsky Batsford Chess Book. Secrets of Pawnless Endings. A Guide to Chess Endings. A Guide To Chess Endings.
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