It took me a long time to post the previous post. It involved uploading 34(!) chess diagrams (not a simple task).
I did it because I think this is the most important chess endgame lesson you'll ever receive . . . . no joke. I guarantee you, if you read through this, and understand it, you will win (or avoid losing) at least 3 or 4 of your next hundred games. 3%-4% improvement to low for you? When will you ever gain a 3%-4% advantage in just 20 minutes of reading?!
Note how many games entail the lessons discussed below:
http://jdkevblog.blogspot.com/2006/02/slow-and-steady-wins-race.html (a good friend missing a key draw and placing his king in Recessive Position)
http://www.redhotpawn.com/gameanalysis/boardhistory.php?gameid=1742429 (Me drawing a much better player based on the Recessive Position)
http://www.redhotpawn.com/gameanalysis/boardhistory.php?gameid=1661191 (Here I am reaching a Recessive Position draw)