NIMZO INDIAN BOOK

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Grandmaster John Emms revisits the Nimzo-Indian, his favourite opening for The Nimzo-Indian: Move by Move and millions of other books are available for. With the current hotness of the Grunfeld Indian (my main line against d4) I would like to have a backup opening with potential to replace the. In fact, one of the first repertoire books I read, and partly adopted, was advocating for Black in the Nimzo-Indian. At the time I was too immature.


Nimzo Indian Book

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A repertoire against 1.d4. Part 3: Nimzo-Indian Defense. Available at Chess com as part of the Premium Membership or a la carte for $ The Nimzo-Indian Defence continues to be one of the most important If you want to understand how to play this opening, then this book is a. Easy Guide to the Nimzo-Indian, Emms (Cadogan ). Lack of modesty prevents me from giving this book an objective review, so instead I'll give it a.

If I do so, I believe it is clearly the best option and requires little work. There never will be a position where you need a huge theoretical work in addition to this publication — it suffices as a standalone roadmap of the opening.

This opening repertoire gives you the toolset you need to combat 1. In-depth analysis, the inclusion of hundreds of variations, illustration games and comments will make sure you are ready when your opponent next plays 1. Also included are popular sidelines, especially at the club level, like the London System and the Trompowsky.

When it happens, you will know exactly what to do. By using the Benko, exciting attacking positions await you as black. What are you waiting for? Play the Benko! The Nimzo-Indian has always enjoyed a reputation as a dynamic, reliable defence against 1 d4 and continues to be as popular as ever at all levels.

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When White avoids the Nimzo-Indian with 3 Nf3 or 3 g3, however, Black needs to find another solution. In both the Nimzo and the Bogo-Indian, we focus on lines in which Black adopts a dark-square strategy. Ivan Sokolov is a top grandmaster who was born in Bosnia in He was Yugoslav champion in and Dutch champion in and He rose to the number 12 spot in the FIDE world rankings. Carsten Hansen, ChessCafe: "This book is simply far superior to anything else I have seen written on this opening — my own book included..

The narrative, the explanatory prose, the analysis, the countless improvements, new ideas and so on, makes this book phenomenally splendid.

If you want to understand how to play this opening, then this book is a perfect place to start. There are times when his research will almost certainly change the future course of theory.. Whatever your connection to the Nimzo, make sure that you get hold of a copy.

An absolute must. Sokolov backs up [his] verbal assessments with concrete variations, but the prose is much more valuable for the layman rated below , who will remember the helpful advice long after the analysis has been forgotten.

A dense but readable book on a mainstream opening that can only enhance Sokolov's growing reputation as an author.

To begin with, this is a repertoire book for d4 players who meet the Nimzo-Indian. But other players reaching d4 d5 positions would also find this useful.Roiz's book is a GM repertoire one, and as such not very suitable for learning the opening.

Lalic's presentation is much looser; he seems to mention the lines he is most interested in, or has a nice example for, but omits other important variations.

White stays within the territory of the English Opening or the Reti Opening if Black replies with a d5 setup.

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