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Offbeat Nimzo-Indian A Selection of Aggressive Anti-Nimzo Lines Including 4 a3, 4 f3 and 4 Bg5 (Everyman Chess) by Ward Ward

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Published by Everyman Chess .
Written in English

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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8999944M
ISBN 101857443691
ISBN 109781857443691
OCLC/WorldCa61367177

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In this book Grandmaster and renowned openings expert Chris Ward investigates unusual white tries, including three uncompromising and underrated ways of battling against the Nimzo: the Smisch, the Leningrad and the 4 f3 variation. Each line is ideal for putting your opponent under immediate pressure from the start of the game. Offbeat nimzo-indian - chris ward - bok Chris Ward is a Grandmaster and a former British Champion. He is also a highly successful coach and a popular author thanks to . The Nimzo-Indian Defence continues to be one of Black's most reliable ways of meeting the queen's pawn opening. It's popular at all levels of chess and a constant source of anxiety for White this book Grandmaster Chris Ward investigates unusual White tries, including three uncompromising and underrated ways of battling against the Nimzo: the Sämisch, the . The Nimzo-Indian Defense - most of the times simply referred at as the Nimzo- is a very popular answer to 1. d4 on all levels. To author Michael Roiz that’s no surprise at all, because players with all different styles can find something to their likings in this flexible opening.

The Strategic Nimzo-Indian: A Complete Guide to the Rubinstein Variation is the first of a two-part series. In this ground-breaking and clearly structured first volume, Sokolov investigates all lines after the move 4.e3. Volume 2 will be about 4.a3, the Sämisch g: Offbeat. - Buy Nimzo-Indian Classical (the Ever Popular 4Qc2) (Everyman Chess) book online at best prices in India on Read Nimzo-Indian Classical (the Ever Popular 4Qc2) (Everyman Chess) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Bogdan Lalic. The Nimzo-Indian Defence is a chess opening characterised by the moves. 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Bb4. Other move orders, such as 1.c4 e6 3 Nf6 3.d4 Bb4, are also feasible. In the Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings, the Nimzo-Indian is classified as E20–E This hypermodern opening was developed by Aron Nimzowitsch who introduced it to master-level chess in the Named after: Aron Nimzowitsch.   I liked a lot The Nimzo-Indian explained (Reinaldo Vera), but it goes so deep in the details of some lines I am not sure it is fit for you, and maybe a few lines are outdated since. But basically, 4.a3/f3 is almost the same system, and the easiest to play as Black.

Offbeat Nimzo-Indian. Regular price eBook: $ Sale price Add to cart The Nimzo-Indian Defence continues to be one of Black's most reliable ways of meeting the queen's pawn opening. It's popular at all levels of chess and a constant source of anxiety for White players. In this book Grandmaster and renowned openings expert Chris Ward. The Nimzo-Indian: 4 e3 Classical Nimzo-Indian: The Ever-Popular 2 Offbeat Nimzo-Indian: A Selection of Aggressive Anti-Nimzo Lines Including 4 a3, 4 f3 and 4 Bg5. In this book Grandmaster Chris Ward investigates unusual White tries, including three uncompromising and underrated ways of battling against the Nimzo: the Samisch, the Leningrad, and the 4 f3 variation. Each line is ideal for putting the opponent under immediate pressure from the start of the game.".   The thing to do would be to buy a book like Starting Out: The Nimzo-Indian by Chris Ward, then pay attention to the text rather than the moves. It will give you good advice on basic plans to follow in certain variations. If there is a move-deep variation that you want to ignore, by all means ignore it, just make sure you have a complete Missing: Offbeat.