Winning With The Nimzo-indian (batsford Chess Library)


Winning With The Nimzo-indian (batsford Chess Library)
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The Nimzo-Indian Defence is one of Black’s most dynamic ways of countering 1 d4. From the outset of the game Black seeks to create pawn weaknesses in his opponent’s position to be exploited in the middlegame. Usually this involves renouncing the bishop pair, typically leading to positions in which both sides have clear strategic objectives, where the outcome is decided by the skills of the two players in executing these plans. The Nimzo-Indian Defence is one of Black’s most dynamic ways of countering 1 d4. From the outset of the game Black seeks to create pawn weaknesses in his opponent’s position to be exploited in the middlegame. Usually this involves renouncing the bishop pair, typically leading to positions in which both sides have clear strategic objectives, where the outcome is decided by the skills of the two players in executing these plans.

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