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A brillant and very instructive book. Positional chess: Secrets of Modern Chess Strategy- John Watson Those 2 books are really brillant and you will definetly play better chess after you red them and understand them.
This will give you most of what you need to know. For another interesting endgame study method, you could use an engine to analyze a particular endgame - engines are very helpful in this regard because, at higher depths, they reveal quite brilliant endgame ideas. The endgame books mentioned will most probably triple your endgame knowledge, if not more.
Do problems online, problems from a book, stuff like that. In fact tactics is probably close to my best thing in a chess game.
Grinding away an opponent can be done, but tactics do it quick. Anyway my problem is with endgames, i have a basic knowledge of how to go about winning or drawing endgames, however i want an excellent knowledge of this. My question is how do you study endgames? Book recammendations, game recamendations, or simply what you go to when you study endgames.
Silmans Complete Endgame Course.
1234 Modern End Game Studies - download book
1234 Modern Endgame Studies
1234 Modern End-Game Studies (with Appendix containing 24 Additional Studies)