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New Ideas in the Nimzo-Indian Defence (Batsford Chess Library)

by Tony Kosten

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The Nimzo-Indian Defence is a dynamic hypermodern opening in which Black develops quickly, planning to cripple White's pawn structure and exploit the weak pawns later in the game. White's chances stem from his possibilities of creating a large centre and opening the position for his bishop pair.
The abundant winning chances for both sides are responsible for the nimzo's great popularity at all levels of play. It is not accident that every great modern player has played the Nimzo-Indian on one side or the other.
The author has researched many thousands of recent games to product this essential survival guide to all those who wish to play the Nimzo-Indian. His own experience with this opening enables him to pinpoint precisely which games are most important to an understanding of contemporary Nimzo-Indian theory.
  losloper | Mar 22, 2009 |
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