Would you swap off into a rook ending?
Do you want an opposite coloured bishop ending?
Which side of the board do you want to play?
Would you punt the Classical Dutch against Korchnoi?
Do you go 'From the Opening into the Endgame'?
Get married or buy a second hand car?
Go to the Staunton Memorial or the London Chess Classic?
Sacrifice a knight on f7 or develop calmly?
Exchange a bishop for a knight or retreat?
Incremental time controls or x in y + z?
ECF Grades or FIDE elos?
Keep the queens on and go for an attack or swap them off and head for an ending?
A tricky queen ending decision
The queen ending goes on.
A pawn ending.
Rook and pawn v rook: Hide the king in the corner or head for the centre?
Rook and pawn v rook: cut off along a file or a rank?
10.2 claim: white win or give Black a draw?
Play the same way or vary according to strength of opponent?
Learn some rook ending theory or don't bother your arse?
You're going to get rook against pawn: shift your king to the left or the right?
Rook's pawn on the 7th, attacking rook in front: where do you want your king?
Rook's pawn on the 7th, attacking rook in front: where do you want your kingside pawns?
What does Vancura look like?
Is playing out rook + 2 pawns versus rook + 0 pawns a waste of time?
Analyse your games or not?
The Elo system is jiggered?
Take the plunge with a new move or play something familiar?
Give up trying to sacrifice the exchange or carry on
Use intuition to justify sacrifices or concrete analysis
Stick to the same openings or mix things up a little?