Play Endgame Like a Titled Player

with IM Asaf Givon

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"Having trouble playing endgames flawlessly and effortlessly? Taking your endgame understanding to the next level is a breeze with the new course from IM Givon. Play Endgame like a titled player!"


The endgame is a very important part of chess, perhaps even more so than the opening and the middlegame. Contrary to what many club players think, learning endgame is not hard. Why are the most club players struggle when it comes to the endgame?

The answer is simple. The endgame books are either very difficult to understand or they are plain boring.

This course is based on a totally different, a much more effective  approach hands-on learning.  IM Asaf Givon teaches you how to study and understand the endgames in an engaging, easy-to-follow, step-by-step way.

This course is right for you if you...

  • have trouble finding the best move in endgames
  • find the endgame study materials boring or difficult to understand
  • don’t know what to focus on and how to study an endgame
  • want a simple and practical method to learn endgame correctly

Best for club  level chess players

This course is designed mainly for students at a 1300-2100 rating level. However, it will still be useful for higher rated students as well.

Understanding practical endgames

Asaf begins the course by testing your abilities in evaluating an endgame. He will give you eight positions from the different type of endgames and from the different level of players and different eras of chess.

He then reveals the process of understanding and evaluating those positions.

The unanswered questions

1. How to evaluate an endgame
2. What are the principles of weaknesses?
3. How to use space advantage?
4. How to activate your king?
5. What defensive technique to use in Endgames with a material disadvantage?

Test your skills

Introducing ‘Test Your skills’, a new and better way to digest the course materials and to have fun along the way.

This section contains 3 video lessons with PGN files where Asaf provides various examples to test your skills.

Let's get started!



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Practical Endgames: Video Lessons [3 hr 27 min]

8 Comprehensive video lessons covering the most important endgame topics such as pawn structures, how to evaluate endgames, space advantage, king activity, etc. And those are not your average lessons, they are deigned with practical component in mind, to make you are better endgame player.

Ebook version of the course [70 pages]

You get a PDF version of the entire Endgame course, so you can go through those lessons at your own convenience with the video playing. You also get the printable course summary of the course, for a quick reference.

Practical Section and "Test Your Skill"

The course includes the practical section, to make sure you have learned the material and able to apply it in your own games.

Solutions to the practical section and "Theory" PGNs

The course includes downloadable PGN solutions for practical section as well as the "Test Your Skill" section. "Theory" PGNs for each of the 8 lessons are included as well. This is a must-have for a serious player.

Completely standalone

This course has everything you need to improve your endgames. Fully downloadable and works on both PC and Mac platforms.



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  • Lesson 1

    How to evaluate an endgame

    This is the starting point of our course about understanding better practical endgames. I think it would be good to start with testing your abilities in evaluating an endgame.

  • Lesson 2

    The principle of two weaknesses (Karpov's classics)

    This lesson will be dedicated to the principle of two weaknesses with two different examples.

  • Lesson 3

    Pawn structure (weaknesses)

    In this lesson we are going to talk about pawn structure, more specifically pawn weaknesses.
    In the endgame, one of the most important aspects, maybe besides piece’s activity, is the pawn structure –which side has better or weaker pawns.

  • Lesson 4

    Space advantage

    In this lesson we are going to see some position from two games. One is a very classical game between Emanuel Lasker and José Raúl Capablanca, two former world champions, in 1914. The second is from a more recent game between Anish Giri with the white pieces and Johan Sebastian Christiansen.

  • Lesson 5

    King activity

    In this lesson, we are going to talk about the king’s activity and king’s marches in the endgame. So, as we have seen before, the king is the most important piece in the endgame and it’s very important to activate it as much as possible.

  • Lesson 6

    Pawn majority

    In this lesson, Asaf will show you some plans that you can use when having a queenside pawn majority.

  • Lesson 7

    Defensive techniques

    We are going to examine situations in which we stand in the inferior positions and we try to hold on, at least, to make a draw.

  • Lesson 8

    General tips for successful endgame playing

    Here I’m going to talk about some general practical advises and tips about playing the endgame from my experience.The first thing I wanted to teach you is being practical – trying to know which endgame to go with.


IM Asaf Givon 

Asaf Givon is an International Grandmaster has played for the Kfar Saba team in the first Israeli chess league. He got his IM title at 2013, and he currently have 2 Grandmaster  norms. He started teaching chess since he was 16.



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