All key Middle Games concepts that are taught in modern Middle Game books like Reassess your Chess are covered but Zonosko Borovosky gets the job done in pages once you master and learn how to apply the principles he teaches in your games your set for life no need to go out and buy hefty tomes.
- Publisher Series by cover.
- "Art of the Middle Game," by Keres and Kotov?.
- The Middle Game In Chess.
Cons: The book is very stingy with examples if it's ever carefully revised it could be updated to algebraic with more and corrections but this should be done sparingly the body of the book as a whole should be left alone like Laskers Manual and Basic Chess Endings if it's changed too much the book becomes unrecognizable and more harm than good is done.
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We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime. While there are plenty of books dealing with chess openings, and no shortage of helpful volumes on the endgame, there are far fewer available on the all-important middle game.
And yet, the middle game is one of the most challenging parts of the contest. It is then that the player has the chance to initiate long-range attacks and create defensive systems. In this excellent study, two great grandmasters combine their talents in a masterly analysis of attack and defense in the middle game. Kotov was one of the great attacking players of the century, and in this book he has written an entire chapter devoted to the strategy and tactics of attacking the king.