By Ivan Sokolov

The Nimzo-Indian Defence remains to be the most vital chess openings, an immensely well known selection either at membership point in addition to with just about all best gamers. it's a strong yet versatile commencing which supplies wealthy tactical and positional play with profitable percentages for each side. during this ground-breaking and well-structured e-book, considered one of brand new maximum Nimzo-Indian specialists, Ivan Sokolov, provides a whole consultant to the real 4.e3(Rubinstein) edition and obviously explains the plans and counterplans for either side. The Rubinstein is the historic major line and the main always renowned. It calls for a via positional figuring out and Sokolov, well known writer of successful Chess Middlegames: a vital consultant to Pawn buildings, basically provides the information, constructions and plans within the numerous continuations. in addition to in-depth factors of procedure and ideas The Strategic Nimzo-Indian additionally includes various new rules and formerly unknown assets for either Black and White. Ivan Sokolov not just will give you the most important updated info and strategic classes within the Nimzo-Indian Defence; after learning this ebook you have develop into a greater allround chess participant besides

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D5 Sacrificing a pawn with an original plan in mind. :ta4!? ixh 7 + ! tt:lxh7 ! 'il'xh4. xh61 White's attack looks crushing, but Black has his trumps. 19 ... l:te5! Black is mated in case of 1 9 ... gxh6?? i'd2. if4 g51 Black is resourceful in de­ fence. tt:lh 5 ! dVilntage. tt:lxh4 aS Black's a-pawn will be very fast. 5 with a sharp game that Black eventually won, Jelling-}. e5! eJe4 I S ... tt:le8? loses to 1 6 . 'tlt'b l +. 11t'g4 White can consider playing the same ide;�. tc6. exf6 with a clear advantage for White.

Bl "W'e7 The black position looks a little strange and unhealthy. e? e4 is also good. 1 2 ... g4! gS looks good for White. lDcbS and White had the better game in Shulman-Kovalyov, Momreal 2008. d5 'iWe7! In an old Gligoric game, White got an advan­ tage after the premature 8 ... b4, Gligoric­ Mazzoni, Enschede 1 963. g3 lilc6. es Or 1 2 . t2Ja6; Black is definitely not worse in this sharp position. l. l. l. 1. 1. 1. 1. l. � />, [>, />, lt:l M¥ l:! � />, ltl t>, t>, t>, w� u AS I ) White has a standard spilce ild­ Vilntage in the case of 7...

A pawn sacrifice in the spirit of the position. This motif is good to re­ member. b6 After 1 6 . . tt:ld4 White would have had sufficient compensation. 'ife7 The problem of this queen development is that after White places his knight on g3, tactics may ap­ pear later on related to a tt:lfS jump with tempo. ll:lc7 White has two original ideas he can try: :i � i. t. t. t. t. . i. t. li. [>, [>, [>, l:! t. t. b4!? tt::lh 5. The white knight on hS is a monster, and the black king is exposed - all this for only an ex­ change.

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