ISBN 9788172451028,Techniques of Middle Game in Chess

Techniques of Middle Game in Chess

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ISBN 9788172451028
Publisher

Goodwill Publishing House

Publication Year 2012
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788172451028

ISBN-10 8172451024
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 192 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Sports & outdoor recreation

This is the author's second book in the series of the books on this wonderful game. The series has been devised in such a way that each book in itself is complete but if you have the total series you would know all aspects of chess in all the possible details. The series has been planned keeping in view all the requirements of the initiated ones and the uninitiated ones. As far as the notation used in the book or books are concerned, we have used both types of the notations, the descriptive one and the algebraic one, again, for the conŽvenience of the -players of the older generation as also of the new or young generation. Our aim is to have this book or other books of the series useful to a very wide cross-section of the chess players. Included in this book are some typical 'problems'. These are not the positions that had occurred during the course of a game but composed deliberately to test the inŽtelligence of their solvers. Although the middle game does not have any water-tight problems for this stage, yet we have culled those typical problems' that get converted into the end game merely after a couple of moves or so despite their initially appearing to be very much the position from the middle stage of a chess game. For these problems and other help I owe my especial gratitude to my cousin, Mr. Satish Chandra Chaturvedi. Lastly the author wishes to convey his immense gratitude for Mr. Chaudhary of "Goodwill Publishing House" whose disarming smile was enough to solve any problem that cropped up during the preparation of this book
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