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|Fri Dec 31 2010 7:07AM | edited: 7:19:51 | MsgID: 13907208|
Well, In my opinion, constructive criticism here is you would not want to just do pawn storms just for the sake of pawn storms. You need to understand of how to exploit the opponent's weakness, then proceed from there. It's a strategic operation. It's good to have some understanding of pawn structure dynamics.
The books below may be of help:
Pawn Power in Chess by Hans Kmoch
Winning Pawn Structures by Alexander Baburin
Pawn Structure Chess by Andrew Soltis
An excellent book is Art of Attack in Chess by Vladimir Vukovic.
If I recall correctly, Winning Pawn Structures had something about attacking the King-side and perhaps also the Queen-side.