Review: A lifetime repertoire: play the Nimzo-Indian However, GM Ben Finegold who has recently opened a chess club in Atlanta, . series: I found interesting the explanation given by Kasimdzhanov relative to fighting for. repertoire- Chessexplained’s Opening Repertoire: Nimzo and Bogo Indian. The Nimzo-Indian is one of the most important of all chess openings, and popular at all levels of play. Together with the Queen’s Indian (also covered in this.

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Feb 22, 7. So we have thf balanced mix of modernity and good old-fashioned principles. It also shows the instructive In November we’ll be witnessing an amazing World Championship and a DVD like this nimzo-idian, as well as those on openings like the Ruy Lopez, can help us to better understand the games which will be played between Carlsen and Caruana.

Using the DB is OK to get a feel for openings and variations, but a book on the opening would be better, esp since most DBs seem to consist of unannotated games. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.

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If your goal, like mine, is to play the Nimzo-Indian, then it becomes important to also study White’s options, in order to understand what we will face as Black, and eventually pay attention to Kasimdzhanov, to see if the lines he proposes do neutralize White’s ideas.

However, GM Ben Finegold who has recently opened a chess club in Atlanta, Georgia, is a long-time fighter against the Nimzo-Indian and I have found many of his comments annotated games quite interesting.

They taught me what White thinks and what are White’s plans.


Nf6 we’ll either get into a Bogo after d4 e6 c4 or it will be one of those pesky systems like the Colle, London, etc. There are chapters of that book that I avoid.

He notes that the opening has arguably the best reputation of all defences against 1. Buy the selected items together This item: Together with the Queen’s Indian also covered in this seriesthe Nimzo has provided the backbone of the opening cheds of a large portion of the world’s top players over the last 80 years.

Creating my Nimzo-Indian Repertoire?!

Now I’d like to see if I can play it as Blackhence the need to learn from the best! I’m an e4 player so I don’t need to know theory of the Nimzo from white’s perspective even if I would surely benefit from it. About the Author Reinaldo Vera comes from Cuba and gained his grandmaster title in EdoubleU52 10 min ago. So, what does Kasimdzhanov provide? Gambit Books has capitalized on this desire by creating a straightforward but elegant series of books called simply Chess Explained. So what do you all believe the most dynamic and interesting ways for black to meet 4.

Customers who bought this item also bought. He has over 30 classical tournament games played in the Nimzo! Play the Nimzo Indian.

Chess Explained books provide an understanding of an opening and the middlegames to which it leads, enabling you to find the right moves and plans in your own games. Feb 22, 3. Qc2 it does White’s pawn sacrifice is quite dangerous, and after a couple of inaccuracies Black ended up resigning in a position where he is in a zugzwang situation. Write a customer review.

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This DVD provides everything you need to know to be able to play one of the most classical openings with Black, the Nimzo-Indian, arising after 1. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Customers who viewed this item also viewed.


He has won the Cuban Championship on two occasions and was a member of the Cuban national team for more than two decades. Unless you mean white playing the “closed” english with Bg2, where I would like my knight to be on e7 instead of f6.

It is as if you were sitting at the board with a chess coach answering your questions about the plans for both sides, the ideas behind particular moves, and what specific knowledge you need to have.

One person found this helpful. Also I’m interested in the best players who have played the Nimzo frequently, who I can search up in my database? Thanks, that is very interesting! He has won the Cuban Championship on two occasions and was a member of the Cuban national team for more than two decades. I got my Nimzo – Bogo repertoire from Dzindzi’s book. It is a black repotoire book. It is good because it focuses more on the ideas and the plans instead of concrete moves etc.

Nd7 instead of He has a very decent rep selection often giving a save but more boring approach against the high rated players and a more risky approach. You can see there the real idea behind the Nimzo-Indian: Kasimdzhanov chose games which are masterpieces, made to lure us into the Nimzo-Indian labyrinth!