I found this : http://chessendgames.com/ and thought it was worth sharing. I signed up. You basically just practice closing off a game. A lot of people have a harder time with their endgame than they do with their opening so this is especially a good tool for beginners. I have been playing around with it for the last few days.
Oh nice! I guess you just need an e-mail to sign up then. I will do this in a bit. I planned on getting some practice in tonight before bed anyways!
I've been on that site before, it's not half bad but could be a lot better imo
In Russia we have a saying that you learn chess backwards, by starting with the endgame. I have been lazy though...
Video analysis are interesting to me, it's right after the endgame and with the players themselves, the only catch is the moderator, that can bring everything down. There are some amazing analysis with Carlsen on Youtube.
I will be honest here, my endgame strategies are bloody awful! I have been meaning to work on them and boost my skills in that department substantially. I did check this place out and it does the job but I feel like there is a lot of room for improvement. Someone can easily make an app that is better than this.
Someone sure can, but I found out over the years that I remember them best when I study them from paper. When you read on the follow-up and whys and history too. I just get stuck in my head far better than through online resources. But that is me
Chessable has a few endgame books btw, very useful, they have been promising they will add more.https://www.chessable.com/chess-endgames/
Eduard Lasker – George Thomas is an endgame that is almost in all of the chess books, so it's good to study that if you haven't already.