paperback, 240 pages: 2015 New in Chess Publishing
Grandmaster Alexander Panchenko
(1953-2009) was one of the most successful chess trainers in the Soviet Union, and later in Russia. He ran a legendary chess school that specialised in turning promising players into masters.
This book contains a collection of inspiring lessons on the most important middlegame topics.
Panchenko formulates easy-to-grasp rules, presents a large number of well-chosen examples and ends with a wealth of practical tests.
It is hard to give better advice for ambitious chess players than to follow this tried-and-tested road towards mastering the chess middlegame.