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Practical Middlegame Techniques

128 pages, paperback, Everyman, 1997.

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A thorough grasp of key middlegame techniques is vital for success in chess, and study of this aspect of the game is one of the easiest ways to improve your playing strength. Exploiting weak pawns, converting attacks, starting kingside pawns storms, using space advantages... all of the concepts, once learned, will magically transform your approach to certain positions! By explaining, in simple terms, these fundamentals strategies used by all strong players, this book will enable you to approach even the most complex of middlegames with confidence.

About the Author

Danny Kopec is an international master, and well-known writer of many chess articles. He his a co-author of Mastering Chess , a course of 21 lessons that has become one of Cadogan's most popular titles.


Language English
Author Blumenfeld, Rudy
Kopec, Danny
Publisher Everyman
Medium Book
Weight 190 g
Width 14.5 cm
Height 21 cm
Pages 128
ISBN-10 1857441427
ISBN-13 9781857441420
Year of Publication 1997
Binding paperback

Practical Middlegame Techniques