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This page was last edited on 16 March , at However, at master level, the opening analysis may go well into the middlegame. About Us:: May 3, 1. Cool Article. All players will be grateful to the grandmasters, Keres and Kotov, for their masterly analysis of attack and defense in the middlegame, and to Mr Golombek for his translation and fully authoritative introduction. Only one chapter in this book, "Knight Tales", is not related to a particular opening.
It concentrates on the middlegame theme of knights versus bishops. Originally I had planned to present much more pure middlegame material, but sometimes in the work process we adjust the original plan and, well Naturally I still have this pure middlegame material in my work database and I do not exclude the possibility that volume three may arrive around the end of Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy this book and the game selection.
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Both players need to be on the lookout for pawn breaks, and the possibility of taking advantage of the open files which may arise from them.
Third, if one player has an overwhelming material advantage and is clearly winning, the stronger player can usually afford to violate several of the normal middlegame principles in order to trade down to an endgame. For example, trading queens even at the cost of a ruined pawn structure may be a viable option.
Not all games reach the endgame, since an attack on the king, or a combination leading to large material gains can end the game while it is still in the middlegame. At other times, an advantage needs to be pursued in the endgame, and learning how to make favorable exchanges leading to a favorable endgame is an important skill.
The last thing that happens in the middlegame is the setup for endgame. Since many endgames involve the promotion of a pawn, it is usually good to keep that in mind when making trades during the middlegame.
For example, World Champion Max Euwe considered a preponderance of pawns on the queenside queenside majority an advantage because this might be used to create a passed pawn.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Black played Retrieved February 17, List of openings theory table List of chess gambits Irregular Quick checkmates Fool's mate Scholar's mate. Bishop and knight checkmate King and pawn vs king Opposite-coloured bishops Pawnless endgame Queen and pawn vs queen Queen vs pawn Rook and bishop vs rook Rook and pawn vs rook Lucena position Philidor position Strategy fortress opposition Tarrasch rule triangulation Zugzwang Study Tablebase Two knights endgame Wrong bishop Wrong rook pawn.
Authority control GND: Retrieved from " https: There are a LOTS of books on openings and end-game, but very few on middlegame. Among them, this is probably the best one.
Truly recommended. This is extremely interesting.
I've been searching for something similar for years. I'm a class B player.
From your perspective, what was the most interesting and surprising thing discussed in this article? This is very interesting. I learned chess almost totally by deconstruction starting with a well worn copy of "Bobby Fisher Teaches Chess" and then practice. I was a passable chess player since I had an excellent memory, but got sort of turned off both by the community at the time mostly a reflection of the chess players regionally, not in general and then by feeling that the problem had been solved.
It felt like a race of who could memorize the most games. This shows that a much more systemic approach is really occurring. It doesn't do anything for the feeling that chess is solved, however, since a computer can memorize more games than me.
That said, I feel it's interesting to see how much this reflects training for other sports. Playing soccer is as much about deconstructing older games, players, then systematically attempting to anticipate their actions and your responses in a variety of contexts i. Much of this is instinctive in good players, but the same process is taking place. Way to make me feel bad about my rank at Chess.