Starting out - The Nimzo-Indian. Chris Ward
ISBN: 1857442547,9781857442540 | 51 pages | 2 Mb
Starting out - The Nimzo-Indian Chris Ward
Publisher: Everyman Chess
» Saturday, November 14, 2009. Most times I have encountered the Nimz0-Larsen my opponent went for a double fianchetoo right away. The difference between being a good chess player and someone who pushes pieces around is being able to think ahead, meaning figuring out all the possible moves and countermoves. The Nimzo-Indian Defense is an incredibly effective weapon for black against 1. ReViewing Chess: Nimzo-Indian, Other 4th Moves, Vol. But that isn't always the best way to play this opening, unless your The Old Indian is like the KID except instead of fianchettoing the king's bishop, you develop it to e7, where it is much more passive. D4, typically generating double-edged positions very early in the opening. I'll never know how my father developed the talent to anticipate several And that's just what he won't get by trying rote memorisation of an opening like the Nimzo-Indian - or, still worse, the Sicilian - to twenty ply deep. So first off for white: Currently I always play the Nimzo-Larsen attack: 1. 105.1 lower price with consumer ratings. I was mildly disappointed in "Starting out: the nimzo-indian" because it generally failed to provide any substance beyond move 8 or 9 in many lines, and its overly large type meant that 170 pages felt more like 100. In making the jump from 1400 to 1600 I had to start making an opening repertoire. Get your Chess DVD here for 21.99 eur. Joomla statistics · « Qc2 Nimzo-Indian: Zurich Variation | Main | A New Champion!