Chess Middlegames

Chess Middlegames


This premium app features examples and explanations of key themes in chess middlegames.

All premium content is created exclusively for this app by Grandmaster Julen Arizmendi, who is a
professional chess trainer and also published author of "Mastering the Najdorf" (Gambit Books, 2004).

In this app Grandmaster Arizmendi has selected 20 game examples and clearly explains (in English) various themes and key ideas in the chess middlegame.

In chess the middlegame is often the most complex part of the game and it is often here that games are won or lost, not in the opening phase. Improve your middlegame skills and find new inspiration - get this app now!

There are 7 key themes included:
1. Dynamic advantages
2. Static advantages
3. Kings on the same same
4. Kings on opposite sides
5. Prophilaxis
6. Exchanging queens
7. None of the above?

Each key theme contains subtopics which are explained through game examples with commentary by Grandmaster Arizmendi.

Besides containing high quality analysis and annotations the app features many settings that allows you to customize how you want to use it. You can also share any games position with friends by sms, email or social network.

Start improving your chess knowledge today!

The middlegame part of chess is the most complex and no reference can of course contain all concepts, but this app covers key themes that often occur in practical games.

You might be intereted in the two sister apps as well : "Chess Openings" and "Chess Endings" - search for them on Google Play.

Recent changes:
New in version 1.21:
Bug fixes.
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About Chess Middlegames
This premium app features examples and explanations of key themes in chess middlegames.

All premium content is created exclusively for this app by Grandmaster Julen Arizmendi, who is a
professional chess trainer and also published author of "Mastering the Najdorf" (Gambit Books, 2004).

In this app Grandmaster Arizmendi has selected 20 game examples and clearly explains (in English) various themes and key ideas in the chess middlegame.

In chess the middlegame is often the most complex part of the game and it is often here that games are won or lost, not in the opening phase. Improve your middlegame skills and find new inspiration - get this app now!

There are 7 key themes included:
1. Dynamic advantages
2. Static advantages
3. Kings on the same same
4. Kings on opposite sides
5. Prophilaxis
6. Exchanging queens
7. None of the above?

Each key theme contains subtopics which are explained through game examples with commentary by Grandmaster Arizmendi.

Besides containing high quality analysis and annotations the app features many settings that allows you to customize how you want to use it. You can also share any games position with friends by sms, email or social network.

Start improving your chess knowledge today!

The middlegame part of chess is the most complex and no reference can of course contain all concepts, but this app covers key themes that often occur in practical games.

You might be intereted in the two sister apps as well : "Chess Openings" and "Chess Endings" - search for them on Google Play.

Recent changes:
New in version 1.21:
Bug fixes.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 12, 2015
Best middle game app
A Google User
May 6, 2015
Rip off Don't waste your money
A Google User
Jan 8, 2015
Very Good App More games would be better, but being able to copy positions to the 'AnalyzeThis' app is great. The companion apps on endings and openings are excellent!
A Google User
Mar 4, 2013
Good app. A few typos, and most of the info can be found online, but there are some good pointers and it is good to have it all in one place. Note feature is nice too.
A Google User
Mar 4, 2013
Good app. A few typos, and most of the info can be found online, but there are some good pointers and it is good to have it all in one place. Note feature is nice too.