The game of chess has three distinct phases, the opening, middle, and endgame - in contrast to the opening or the endgame, the middle game seems to offer players very few concrete starting points for methodical study. "Power Chess with Pieces" draws on the author's wealth of experience as one of the world's top players in order to guide readers through the often confusing maze that is the middle game. It deals with such important themes as 'the strong knight against bishop' and the 'dominant bishop pair, as well as looking at how players can use their assets to maximum effect, and how they can contain the damage if the roles are reversed. With its lucid style and practical approach, this is a book that will delight and instruct beginners and seasoned players alike.Über den Autor:
Jan Timman has been one of the top players in the world for over twenty years. He is also the author of several highly acclaimed chess books, and the editor-in-chief of New in Chess, the world's foremost chess magazine.
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