In the first book we discussed basic positions and methods for playing both simple and complicated rook endings. Now, in this book, we will discuss typical
positions — which means positions that frequently appear in practical play. Knowledge of such positions and the methods of handling them is a third key
element of correct play in rook endgames.
Rook endings are the most frequently seen among all endgames. In fact, more than 60% of all endings are rook endings, and the reason is simple: rooks generally enter the game much later than other pieces.
Part 6 of the first FIDE-approved endgame manual, written by 3 of the world leading experts: FIDE Senior Trainers IGM Mikhalchishin, IGM Grivas and IGM Balogh and it covers basic rook endgames.
Chess Evolution presents a complete repertoire for White based on the London System.
The second volume contains some improvements on the first book, but the main focus is on the …g6 and …e6 setups