Who doesn't know it, the painful experience of losing a beautiful game finally due to a lack of endgame technique? More than often, this happens because your training is one-sided, focusing only on opening or tactics. Yet endgames, particularly pawn endgames, are full of fascinating facets. So, enough reasons to tackle the classical subject of endgame training in a modern and effective way. The Fritz Endgame Trainer shows the fascination of pawn endings in a practical way, making you ready for practice. In more than 100 training positions, you can try to win or draw endgames against Fritz. In view of its well-known endgame strength, this is clearly a most difficult task. To make you up for it, the experienced author and chess trainer Martin Weteschnik has systematically split up the training positions into 6 chapters with extensive explanations and so-called workshops, i.e. commented videos explaining the proceedings on the screen. The range of tasks is immense, reaching from elementary endgames to examples from the practice of the world champions. If you have solved even the sophisticated tasks, you can choose from the 50 studies from a second database to play them against Fritz. The Fritz Endgame Trainer is suitable for Fritz-friends who want to learn the basics of pawn endgames through playing as well as for strong club players who want to check their technical skills against Fritz and broaden their horizon.