Endgame methods

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15. Complicated endgames

28. Practical Queen endgames
69. Rook versus pawns
88. Queen stronger than 2 Rooks
98. Rook stronger than minor piece
103. Rook & 3 pawns versus Rook & 2 pawns on one side
110. Opposite color Bishops
120. Rook & 4 pawns versus Rook & 3 pawns on one side
123. Rook & Bishop (Knight) versus a Rook
133. Minor piece and pawns versus larger amount of pawns
136. Rook, minor piece & pawns versus a Rook and larger amount of pawns
142. Opposite color Bishops with Rooks
143. 2 minor pieces & pawn versus 1 minor piece & larger amount of pawns
147. Bishop better than Knight
148. The advantage of two Bishops
155. Same color Bishops
156. Same color Bishops with Rooks
157. Knight endgame
158. Knight endgame with Rooks

160. Zugzwang
165. Queen and Bishop versus Queen and Knight
182. Queen versus Rook (practical fragments)
193. 2 Bishops versus 2 Bishops
246. Queen and Rooks (Rook) versus Queen and Rooks (Rook)
247. Rook & Bishop versus Rook and Knight
304. Minor piece stronger than Rook
305. Knight better than Bishop
350. Practical Rook endgames
356. Practical pawn endgames
367. Opposite color Bishops with Queens (not an attack)
368. Queen versus pawns
369. 2 Rooks stronger than Queen
370. Opposite color Bishops with Knights
417. How to win with an Outside Passed pawn?

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