10 edition of Nimzo-Indian Rubinstein found in the catalog.
February 1, 2004
by Everyman Chess
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||160|
In this revolutionary book, Grandmaster Chris Ward revisits the basic principles behind the Nimzo-Indian and its many variations. Throughout this easy-to-read guide the reader is helped along by a wealth of notes, tips and warnings from the author, while key strategies, . However, the Rubinstein Complex - and this book - also include those variations where White plays Ngf3. In the odd years since its inception, the popularity of the Nimzo-Indian Defense has grown, and the Rubinstein Complex has become White's main weapon against it.
The Nimzo-Indian Rubinstein: The Main Lines with 4.e3 The Nimzo-Indian Defence continues to be one of Black's most popular and respected defences to queen's pawn openings, and finding an antidote for White has proved to be a difficult task for even the strongest players in the world. It is a solid but flexible opening which gives rich tactical and positional play with winning chances for both this ground-breaking and well-structured book, one of today's greatest Nimzo-Indian experts, Ivan Sokolov, presents a complete guide to the important 4.e3(Rubinstein) Variation and clearly explains the plans and counterplans.
The Nimzo-Indian Defence 2. An solid aggressive and simple system against the Nimzo-Indian Defence - The Rubinstein variation with 4. e3. Introduction Strategies inherent in the Nimzo-indian defence. The Nimzo-indian is Aron Nimzowitsch's greatest contributory system to modern opening theory. The Nimzo-Indian combines fast development with a solid pawn structure and great flexibility, which is why champions with such varied styles all gravitated towards it. This book supplies an elite repertoire built upon positional principles, offering active piece play and a fight for the initiative.
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Nimzo-Indian Rubinstein: The Main Lines with 4e3 Paperback – February 1, by Angus Dunnington (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from /5(4). The Nimzo-Indian Defence is a chess opening characterised by the moves.
d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Bb4. Other move orders, such as 1.c4 e6 3 Nf6 3.d4 Bb4, are also feasible. In the Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings, the Nimzo-Indian is classified as E20–E This hypermodern opening was developed by Aron Nimzowitsch who introduced it to master-level chess in the early 20th after: Aron Nimzowitsch.
This book is definitely worth a Nimzo-Indian player's money if he/she plays either side of the Rubinstein. Sokolov annotates a lot of the lines in the notes as well as his main lines but if you don't mind working hard on trying to sift through this tome, you will most indefinitely be rewarded.4/5.
The Strategic Nimzo-Indian: A Complete Guide to the Rubinstein Variation is the first of a two-part series. In this ground-breaking and Nimzo-Indian Rubinstein book structured first volume, Sokolov investigates all lines after the move 4.e3.
Volume 2 will be about 4.a3, the Sämisch Variation. Im the nimzo-indian rubinstein sind es deren leider nur insges was dazu führt, dass eine Anmerkung schon einmal drei Seiten lang werden kann. Optisch übersichtlicher wäre es sicher gewesen, wenn man die Anzahl der Partien etwas erhöht hätte.
Nimzo-Indian Rubinstein: The Main Lines with 4e3 World Champion Vladimir Kramnik used it to defeat Garry Kasparov in just 25 moves in their match in this book, renowned openings theoretician Angus Dunnington explains the ideas and strategies for both white and black players.
All the major variations are covered and readers. The Nimzo-Indian Rubinstein by Angus Dunnington The ever popular main lines with Nimzo-Indian Rubinstein book e3 Paperback, pages The Nimzo-Indian Defence continues to be one of Black's most popular and respected defences to queen's pawn openings and finding an antidote for White has proved to be a difficult task for even the strongest players in the world.
In this eBook I will share my knowledge with you about the Nimzo-Indian and how to play with Black. Named after Aaron Nimzowitsch, one of the strongest if not the strongest player in the late s and early s after Alexander Alekhine and José Capablanca.
The opening has established itself as one of the top responses to 1.d4 that there is, played by many elite GMs for decades, including. Nimzo-indian: Move By Move - John Emms Everyman Chess. The greatest attraction of the Nimzo-Indian Defense for John Emms is it's reliability.
There's no way - as he describes in his introduction - that the Nimzo is going to be refuted any time soon. Rather, it's. Grandmaster Varuzhan Akobian teaches the kids a good defense against 1. d4, the Nimzo-Indian. Three branches are explored: the Classical Variation, the Rubin.
E20 Nimzo-Indian: 2. Rubinstein vs Bogoljubov: Bogoljubov - Rubinstein: E20 Nimzo-Indian: 3. Rubinstein vs A Selezniev: This book was about pawn formations but had a lot of nimzo pawn chapters. There are 3 main lines in Nimzo Indian. Nimzo-Indian Defence is one of the most difficult openings to meet when you play 1.d4.
Given the fact that the arising positions are very complicated, Black fights for more than equality. In his database, GM Kiril Georgiev builds a repertoire for White which is mainly based on a positional understanding. He suggests the solid Rubinstein System which arises after 4.e3.
the Nimzo-Indian and scored a memorable victory in counterattacking style, using the exciting The concept of this book is to enable players to feel knowledgeable enough in any system they Rubinstein and others. Developing the knight in this way keeps White’s position quite.
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Learn how to play with and against the Nimzo-Indian Defense with Rubinstein System. Wikipedia is the primary reference for the information used in this video. The Nimzo-Indian Defence continues to be one of the most important chess openings, an immensely popular choice both at club level as well as with almost all top players.
It is a solid but flexible opening which gives rich tactical and positional play with winning chances for both sides/5(4). Any book you buy is going to have a crapton of long variations. The thing to do would be to buy a book like Starting Out: The Nimzo-Indian by Chris Ward, then pay attention to the text rather than the moves.
It will give you good advice on basic plans to follow in certain variations. click for larger view. Position after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3 Bb4 4.e3 In my senescence I have come to hold various firm and unshakable convictions - one being that all serious d4 players should have the Rubinstein Nimzo-Indian somewhere in their opening is fundamentally sound for Black, but the positions are so strategically rich that they promise great rewards for diligent.
1 Nimzo-Indian: Rare Lines 11 2 Nimzo-Indian: Sämisch Variation, 4 a3 30 3 Nimzo-Indian: 4 f3 57 4 Nimzo-Indian: Kasparov-Romanishin 4 Ìf3 and 5 g3 82 5 Nimzo-Indian: Rubinstein Variation, 4 e3 6 Nimzo-Indian: Reshevsky Variation, 4 e3 5 Ìe2 7 Nimzo-Indian: 4 e3 5 Íd3 c5 6 Ìe2 The Nimzo-Indian Defence continues to be one of the most important chess openings, both at club level and with top players.
In recent years it has undergone a number of significant changes and it’s. In this ground-breaking and well-structured book, one of today's greatest Nimzo-Indian experts, Ivan Sokolov, presents a complete guide to the important 4.e3(Rubinstein) Variation and clearly explains the plans and counterplans for both sides.
The Rubinstein is the historical main line and the most consistently popular.The moves 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Bb4 comprise the jumping-off point for the Nimzo-Indian Defense. Akiba Rubinstein, a classicist only four years older than Nimzowistch, formulated the response 4.
e3, which starts the Rubinstein Complex. He often intended to continue Nge2, planning to. The Nimzo-Indian Defence continues to be one of the most important chess openings, both at club level as well as with almost all top players. In this ground-breaking and well-structured book, one of today s greatest Nimzo-Indian experts presents a complete guide to the important 4.e3 (Rubinstein) s: 7.