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.

Author: Daijas Goltibar
Country: Estonia
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: History
Published (Last): 7 November 2007
Pages: 479
PDF File Size: 13.25 Mb
ePub File Size: 13.96 Mb
ISBN: 140-9-80553-568-8
Downloads: 96316
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Maushicage

Black has dissolved White’s centre, but the bishop on g2 exerts pressure on the black queenside, which White may augment with 9. I’m currently thinking about learning this opening and its ideas and stuff.

White often plays 3. White gets some central control but his kingside development is slower. Qc2; I’m partial to This was due to the abundance of tactical tricks in this variation.

I am still nimzo-indiaan in the Nimzo: Does anyone else nimzo-indiian this database have such an incredible record on the Black side of any opening?

Ask Coach Jessica: The Nimzo Indian, Classical Variation –

Bxb8 is not doing well for White for the time being. White develops the knight to a natural square and waits to see Black’s reply.


Qc2 if you don’t intend on playing e4? Englisch — BlackburneLondon The ups and downs of chess! There are 2 clues unsolved right now on the Holiday Contest Clues Page! P F van Hoorn vs Colle. White Black Either Result: J H Pannekoek vs G Kroone. Rubinstein vs M Oren. Bad Game – Not correctable, needs to be removed: Our next game is between Sokolov and Aronian.

And is there a website that includes things such as “ideas behind the White has to be very careful to avoid the early traps and tricks from Black. Well, Capa really believed in 4. Without prospects for counterplay, White’s game is strategically hopeless, and Black ultimately exchanged queens and won the endgame.

Gruenfeld vs L Steiner. Nf3 and therefore no f4. Undefeated with Black to boot. Nf3 six times, scoring three wins and three draws. Carlsen produced this fantastic game when he was just 15 years old! M Monticelli vs R P Michell. Alekhine also very often played 4.

Chess Database Usage

By pinning White’s knightBlack prevents the threatened 4. Sokolov is considered to be a Nimzo Indian Classical system specialist.


The position becomes more complex and both sides need to be accurate in their play. Bb4 apart from Stoltz vs L Steiner. Botwinnik in theit match. For instance, against Flassical 4. Black’s most flexible and frequently played response is Views Read Edit View history.

There is also a non-searchable HTML only game listbut most users will want to use the main game database page. 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.

Other move orders, such as 1. 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. In addition, Black sometimes plays No posting personal information of members.