Which is the endgame of the year?

by André Schulz
12/28/2017 – Vote for the best endgame of 2017! As the year comes to a close, we are once again looking for the chess events and personalities of the year, more precisely here, move of the year, the game of the year, the endgame of the year, and the player of the year. Join in and vote for your favourites.

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Endgame of the year, 2017

With Magnus Carlsen, the art of the endgame has renewed importance. Where in the past many endgames might have ended in a draw, the current world champion plays on and shows that you can find ways to win even the most seemingly drawn positions.

The endgame primer of the young Magnus Carlsen was the textbook by Karsten Mueller and Frank Lamprecht. Since then, Mueller has risen to become the world's leading endgame expert with his many publications on the endgame, books and DVDs. Hardly an endgame is played that goes unnoticed by the Hamburg grandmaster.

Every two months, Mueller presented the best endgame in the ChessBase Magazine. Out of all these, he has picked six which he considers to be the best endgames of the year. Choose your favorite:


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ChessBase Magazine 181

Enjoy the best moments of recent top tournaments (World Cup, Isle of Man Open) with analysis of top players. In addition you'll get lots of training material. For example 10 new suggestions for your opening repertoire.



André Schulz started working for ChessBase in 1991 and is an editor of ChessBase News.

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