chess middlegame - tag
How do you get better at playing middlegames? There is no simple answer; it has to be a complex study. To improve your middlegame play, you should work on your tactics, calculation, positional understanding, planning, and many other things. If there are any shortcuts, it is probably to study typical pawn structures.
How to Win in Equal Positions: Winning a chess game is not an easy task. The days when you could win a game out of the opening are long gone. Everybody is very well prepared and the amount of information available on openings is overwhelming. Powerful computers deeply analyze most openings, which makes novelties much […]
The middlegame is something that many club players are struggling with because there is no clear way to improve it. You can work on tactics, memorize openings and drill the endgames, but the middlegame understanding is something that comes only with experience. In order to get that experience, you need to both study the classics […]
Middlegame is one of the most important phases of the chess game. The ability to play a good middlegame decides to a high extent the outcome of the game. As you probably know, most games are either won or lost in the middlegame. That’s why the ability to outperform your opponent in the middlegame is […]
In modern chess, the bishop pair has been established as a positional advantage in the majority of cases. It’s very common nowadays to hear teachers tell their students ‘keep your bishops’ or ‘capture that bishop’. In today’s chess, the importance given to this element has increased to the point that in some of the most […]