Author: Heinz Brunthaler (2007)
Tactics have the greatest range in the game of chess; they keep occurring in different phases of the game, from the opening moves to the endgame. However, the middlegame is the centre of gravity
where tactics are concerned, and it is there that often the seeds of either victory or defeat are sown - one overlooked knight fork or a discovered check and all your endgame skills will not save you! Tactics are the easiest to learn. You can apply your knowledge
immediately and broaden your horizon.
Read the book (167 pages)
Some exercises to
get started - organised according to the answer page (101)