Most of my students (especially, the beginner-level players) often ask me “Are there any rules for playing the endgame”. They usually have an advantage or a winning position in the endgame, but unfortunately fail to recognize it.
Today our guest coach CM Charles Campbell will explain how to identify or recognize a winning endgame. Additionally, he will offer some really useful endgame tips. If you had problems converting your advantage into a win or don’t know what plan to follow, these six tips will be very handy for you. 🙂
You can watch his video lesson below:
Charles Campbell is one of the highest rated players in Nigeria and a member of the Nigerian National chess team for 15 years. He has represented Nigeria at various international events, most importantly at the World Chess Olympiad and All Africa Games.
He excelled at the World Open in Arlington, Virginia in 2014 as well as at the Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival 2016. He also won the 2015 National Friends of Chess tournament in Nigeria and tied for the first place at the 2016 CPAN Chevron Chess Challenge also in Nigeria.
His deep passion for the game of chess and strong belief in its educational benefits led him to the establishing of the Candy Chess Academy, the pioneer scholastic chess academy in Nigeria.
Charles has three international titles: CM from the World Chess Federation (FIDE), NM from the Nigeria Chess Federation (NCF) and NM from the United States Chess Federation (USCF).
Suggested: you may also check our lesson about transforming advantages in chess.
P.S. Did you like this lesson? What are your thoughts about the ‘rules’ for a successful endgame play? Feel free to comment below and discuss. 🙂