A Guide to Attacking Chess
The ultimate book to instill in the reader an understanding of the middlegame with an emphasis on tactical alertness. All major opening systems are examined from both the White and Black viewpoint, taking into account the individual pawn structures and identifying appropriate attacking plans and strategies for White and counterattacking schemes for Black ? where these 'ramparts' are undermined. A final chapter contains anecdotes, combinational examples and even swindles.
A book to help competitiveplayers get more out of chess by adopting sharp aggressive play, which has in fact become the preferred modern style
256 S., kart., 2003