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Beating the Indian Defences: Take on the King's Indian, Nimzo-Indian,… (edition 2003)

by Graham Burgess (Author)

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A detailed repertoire for the Queen's Pawn player, this book provides an aggressive system against the Indian defences. It includes Burgess describing dangerous lines against the King's Indian, and Pedersen showing how to attack the Dutch defence, drawing from his experience in the black side.
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Title:Beating the Indian Defences: Take on the King's Indian, Nimzo-Indian, Grnfeld and all other Indian Complexes
Authors:Graham Burgess (Author)
Info:Batsford (2003), 192 pages
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Beating the Indian Defences: Take on the King's Indian, Nimzo-Indian, Gr¿nfeld and all other Indian Complexes by Graham Burgess

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A detailed repertoire for the Queen's Pawn player, this book provides an aggressive system against the Indian defences. It includes Burgess describing dangerous lines against the King's Indian, and Pedersen showing how to attack the Dutch defence, drawing from his experience in the black side.

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