Sabtu, 09 Juni 2012

CHESS MIDDLEGAME PLANNING – Peter Romanovsky


Translator's Preface
Introduction
Planning
A:
General Principles

1. Basic Understanding

2. Concrete Ideas

3. Dynamics

4. Harmony
B:
Squares

1. Weak Points

2. The "Eternal" Knight

3. Weak Squares on the sixth (third) rank

4. Some Conclusions
C:
Lines

Chapter One:
Two victories of Wilhelm Steinitz

The main points of his creativity and technique
Chapter Two:
Stages of the Plan

Squares and lines as special purpose objects of the plan. The preparatory stage. Concrete definition of a position. Realisation of successes achieved.
Chapter Three:
Play on the a-file
Chapter Four:
The centre and its strategical significance.

The knight on e5 and d5 (e4 and d4). The pawn centre. Attack with the central "Hanging" pawns.
Chapter Five:
More about active play with pawns.

The pawn wedge and the reaction to it. The pawn nail. The phalanx of e and f-pawns. Pawn storm.
Chapter Six:
The Struggle with Heavy Pieces
Chapter Seven:
Manoeuvering. About the Initiative.
Chapter Eight:
The Two Bishops

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