All posts in "Chess Endgame"

Chess Endgame Strategy: Learn from Stockfish 7!

By Brendan J. Norman

I know, I know… I’ve mentioned on this blog before that I’m not a fan of these 3000+ ELO engines (like Stockfish, Komodo and co) and that I prefer weaker, but more “human-like” engines. This is all true. But a lesson we learn in life is that even though we might not like somebody, we […]


Chess Endgame Strategy: Active Rooks & Faster Pawns!

By Brendan J. Norman

Readers of this blog will know how much I emphasise attacking chess and being aggressive in  your chess playing style, so some might find it surprising that in this article I highly recommend a deep study of chess endgame strategy. Throughout my life playing chess I have had so many times in tournaments where I […]