The Middlegame in ChessBook - 2003
Long out-of-print and known only to collectors and connoiseurs, this legendary work by Reuben Fine returns in a completely revised and corrected edition in modern algebraic notation. After explaining the basic elements of combinations and attacks against the King, Fine discusses how to evaluate a position; how to handle superior, equal, and inferior positions; the significance of pawn structure and space; the transition from opening to middlegame and middlegame to endgame; and much more. With hundreds of diagrams and examples from actual play, The Middlegame in Chess is one of the modern classics of the game.
Publisher: New York : Random House Puzzles & Games, c2003
Edition: Rev. ed
Branch Call Number: ANF 794.123
Characteristics: v, 397 p. : ill
Alternative Title: Middle game in chess