Bc3 is this logical? Bxf6 12 Nc7 was better but black would still be ahead Qxf6 Position after You know this is a very typical nimzo after 4 moves but no one has offered to trade the Queens at that pt. Nc3 Nf6 4. Bd2 Nxd2 6.
Qxd2 Qf6 7. Nf3 c5 8. Bd3 Bb7 Qe2 cxd4 Qxf3 Qxd4 after Shall we take the Rook? Nxc3 6. Anyhow, I was more interested in move Bg5 c5 5. The position at the end is interesting and illustrative: 1. Bd2 this is quite rare So here's the position after Nd7 click for larger view The idea is for black to initiate exchanges and then gain tempos, to keep going, sometimes that is bad if you run out of good moves to make.
Be2 dxc4 7.
Bxc4 Nb6 8. Nf3 Bxc3 Bxc3 Ne4 Qc1 Nxc4 O-O O-O Rd1 f5 Qb2 Nxc3 Qxc3 b6 Ne5 position after 17 Ne5 now what?
I, was playing black side, and I hate 1. Does anyone have any opinions on this opening! Any comments would be appreciated. Qd3 - a change is as good as a wink to a blind bat! There isn't any real way to take advantage of the queen's unusual position in reality. A sensible move like Qxc3 transposes to the 4. Qc2 lines.
Black has the usual moves too, such as 4. Qd3 o-o and Saemisch 4. This book was about pawn formations but had a lot of nimzo pawn chapters. It got one bad review because the book had a like a whole chapter devoted to a pawn formation with White's pawns at d6, e5 and f4 while Black's pawns were at d7, e6, f5. And yes this was from a nimzo.
Magnus Carlsen playing the Nimzo Indian as Black
A reviewer said how often does this arise in a game! Adding it was akin to studying all the benko formations in Kmoch's Pawn Power.
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Here's a link to the game in which Ivan Sokolov describes in "Winning Chess Middlegames" calling it structure 1. So if you want to learn about King's Indian formations read Komch's book but Ivan scores in Nimzo pawn structures. I'm going to order on amazon today! Pick your username now and join the chessgames community! If you already have an account, you should login now.
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Chess: Learn to Play the Nimzo Indian Defense
Now it seems that White takes full advantage of the d4-d5 advance, but Black has one surviving resource: 14… Qg5 Nxe6 [ For example: Bf3 Nxh2 Bxg4 Rxg4 The g5 square is free for the black knight and mating threats are coming. White may simply finish development of the queenside by playing Bb2 , but Black has nothing to complain about after 13… Rh6 As we saw, even in case of correct play by White, — Black gets quite promising position with serious counter chances. Tags: analyses , Aroshidze , chess sacrifices , chess strategy , compensation , exchange sacrifice , fight for the initiative , game analysis , get complex position , get the initiative , Grischuk , initiative , Middle game , nimzo-indian defense , Nimzovitch for black , Opening , Plan , strategy , tactic , theoretical analyses , theory , top players , Yakovich.
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