Everything You Need To Know About Chess: The Opening!
How do I improve my Middle Game?
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Hi everybody! After playing some recent games I have realized that my middle game is likely my weakest part. The part I am most lacking is attacking chess. In every game I look all of my pieces are being passive. The problem is that I am not sure how to work on this area. If you have any ideas on how I can improve in attacking chess and middle games please post them below. Remember: The more you pay, the more you learn!
Old, yes, but it goes over 'everything' - openings with some theory behind them, middlegame strategy and tactics, and nice coverage on basic endgames. I'm glad that somebody other than me likes that book. I think a Horowitz reprint can still be purchased, but the material has not been converted to algebraic. Would you recommend it for tactics and pattern recognition practice? Do not touch a single opening book until you've completed those 5, cover to cover.