32 ( +1 | -1 ) YoI've just got Endgame Magic by Beasley & Whitworth. I've only just started it but I'm impressed so far not least by it's layout both in terms of the different goals of each section and visually - there are 3 diagrams on every single page so it's easy to follow without having a board handy. Good luck. Moose }: )
23 ( +1 | -1 ) Two suggestions...The first suggestion is "Endings" from the Winning Chess series by Yasser Seirawan... The second is Pandolfini's Endgame Course... Both books cover basic endgame theory and explain the concept of drawing or promoting for the win...