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  1. Standard member HomerJSimpson
    Renouned Grob Killer
    09 Mar '07 15:54
    It was worth the wait, I have Devortersky's endgame manual and I have to say that Silman's book is by far easier to learn. Im 150 pages through the book and it has been quite easy reading, because Silman explains the material in such detail, and there are also plenty of diagrams so you dont have to tediously place them into fritz.

    He has about the best explaination of the opposition and other endgame techniques that Ive ever seen.

    Highly recommended.