Endgame Magic with GM Nicholas Pert

by Pascal Simon
8/31/2017 – GM Nicholas Pert is in Hamburg recording a Fritztrainer to be published later this year. He joins Karsten for a look some of Pert's own queen endgames, as well as a survey of minor piece endgames from recent tournament practice. Live at 16:00 CEST (8:00 AM EST)!

Endgame Magic #93

Endgames are the soul of the chess games. This coud be a phrase from GM Karsten Müller. The german grandmaster is one of the leading experts when it comes to endgames, with numerous published books and DVD's about this phase of the game. In his Endgame Magic Show Müller invites strong players and shows recent examples of the tournament praxis. Live at 16:00 CEST (8:00 AM EST)

Guest: Nicholas Pert

Nick Pert is an English grandmaster who was World Under-18 Champion in 1998 and British Rapidplay Chess Champion in 2004.

Here's one position which will be discussed:


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The show Endgame Magic is one of the major shows in the video portal. Nearly 100 episodes have been recorded. Karsten Müller is going on air around once a month always inviting a guest into his endgame world to discuss recent examples. But he also tests his guest with their very own endgames. 

Endgame expert GM Karsten Müller


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Mangler Mangler 8/31/2017 11:25
Glad to see GM Pert with another FritzTrainer. His ones on the French and Slav were excellent. What is the subject? And when are you going to have a Coming Soon list?
JimNvegas JimNvegas 9/3/2017 10:38
Only complaint I have with Chessbase software is after you install it on one computer it's a hassle if you need to change it to another. They want you to buy another password.
Cb - Seminare Cb - Seminare 9/4/2017 03:37
@Jim Nvegas: This is simply not true. You are able to install and activate ChessBase Software on three machines simultanously. Even if you have to hhange the machine you are able to deactivate the software and save one activation for your new machine.