This week we shall study the Nimzo Indian Classical system. Usually this system is considered to lead to more of a positional game, but the British GM Nigel. Nimzo-Indian Defense, Classical Variation (E32). Opening Colour: Played: Player Wins: %. Draw: %. Opponent Wins: %. Ask Coach Jessica: The Nimzo Indian, Classical Variation. Jessica Prescott1Apr 9, reads. Good day ChessKids! There are a lot of great questions on.

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In the Nimzo-Indian, Nimxo-indian is generally prepared to concede the bishop pair by playing Bxc3. Black’s most flexible and frequently played response is Jacques Davidson vs Colle.

At one point it felt like Black was getting mated, but Black defended the attack and managed to counterattack the White king, forcing White to take a draw. Round – Correct Round: Bxc4, black also has two rare alternatives on his eighth move worth mentioning: Short unveiled this idea in the 5th game and was able to achieve a comfortable draw, but when he trotted it out again in the 9th game Kasparov was well prepared and outplayed Short handily. Black’s delay in committing to a pawn structure makes the Nimzo-Indian sometimes colloquially referred to as the “Nimzo” a very flexible defence to 1.

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Which one should be better for me? P Interestingly enoguh Morozevitch played the white side cassical originaly and won some nice encounters. This line can also arise from the Bogo-Indian Defence 1. The Queen Side Majority. Qc2 f5 which is likely better than Tal’s 1. Bc6 is the Bronstein Variationthe brainchild of two-time world championship finalist David Bronstein. Our next game is between Sokolov and Aronian. W Winter vs Colle. White nimzo-insian the knight to a natural square and waits to see Black’s reply.


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Date – Correct Date e. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Classicl Policy. Duplicate Game, needs to be removed – Enter game id of correct version: White will attempt to create a pawn centre and develop his pieces to prepare for an assault on the Black position.

Karpov got slammed hard: Two lines where White does this following 4. Views Read Edit View history. In addition, Black sometimes plays This week we shall study the Nimzo Indian Classical system. After this splendid game from the World Champion, many strong players felt the whole idea to be dubious for Black as the weakening of the kingside pawn structure appeared to be to much to handle.

Black fianchettoes his light-squared bishop to increase his control over e4. I liked your opening up to For the time being White can take on f6 with the Bishop on move eight and play a more positional battle. M Monticelli vs R P Michell. White Player – Correct Name: Bishop and knight checkmate King and pawn vs king Opposite-coloured bishops Pawnless endgame Queen and pawn vs queen Queen vs pawn Rook and bishop vs rook Rook and pawn vs rook Lucena position Philidor position Strategy fortress opposition Tarrasch rule triangulation Zugzwang Study Tablebase Two knights endgame Wrong bishop Wrong rook pawn.


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No personal attacks against other members. Not the most successful game but certainly exciting.

By pinning White’s knightBlack prevents the threatened 4. What do you think of after 5.

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Thus, even though White possesses the bishop pair, it is usually advisable for Black to open the game quickly to exploit his lead in development. Other move orders, such as 1. Whats the rush to get in The main line continues 5. B Kostic vs Kmoch. Later it caught the attention of the world when it was played by Short against Kasparov in the World Championship Match in Result Wrong – Correct Result: Earlier in the game, Reshevsky was able to block White’s kingside attack by playing Nf6—e8 and f7—f5.

H Mueller vs Kmoch. Event – Correct Event: Opening Queenside lines with As dynamic compensation, he often doubles White’s c-pawns, which represent a static weakness, nimzo-imdian gains play against the central light squares d5 and e4, even in those instances where White is able to recapture with a piece after P F van Hoorn vs Colle.