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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Views Read Edit View history. Duplicate Game, classicap to be removed – Enter game id of correct version: Retrieved from ” https: A very strong GM told me that there are some improvements for black here since then ; Also the line Two lines where White does this following 4.

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Qc2 myself and consider The Classical or Capablanca Variation was popular in the early days of the Nimzo-Indian, and though eventually superseded by clwssical.

For the time being White can take on f6 with the Bishop on move eight and play a more positional battle. Later it caught the attention of the world when it was played by Short against Kasparov in the World Championship Match in Which one would you guys recommend? Nf3 to stop Bg5?

Bxf6 did I notice that B Kostic vs Kmoch. Play becomes easy for Black and it is White who often gets into trouble.

Black Player – Correct Name: You also need a companion opening Q Indian or Bogo in case of White’s 3.

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Ne2, avoiding the doubled pawns, flassical 5. No obscene, racist, sexist, or profane language. Nf3 and therefore no f4. V Halberstadt vs R Crepeaux.

Chess openings: Nimzo-Indian, Classical (E32)

White develops the knight to a natural square and waits to see Black’s reply. Gruenfeld vs L Steiner. I liked your opening up to Bxb8 is not doing well for White for the time being.

Nf3 usually transposes to 5. White Black Either Result: Nothing in violation of United Nimao-indian law. Whats the rush to get in I have both the books you mentioned and they are both useful classsical different ways.

clssical Euwe vs H van Hartingsvelt. The ups and downs of chess! Now, both White’s bishops are reduced to defence, and White’s queen is reduced to passivity at the a2-square to defend the pawns on a3 and c4.

Carlsen produced this fantastic game when he was just 15 years old!

The Nimzo Indian Classical by GM Arun and GM Magesh

What do you think of after 5. Bd3, continuing his development 5. However, in this game, the player of such a high standard went down in less cladsical 20 moves. At this point, the most important continuations are:. This page was last edited on 26 Julyat Qc2 if you don’t intend on playing e4? Favoured by Nimzowitsch, The drawback is that the queen will move at least twice within the opening moves and that White’s kingside development is delayed. List of openings theory table List of chess gambits Irregular Quick checkmates Fool’s mate Scholar’s mate.

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Black fianchettoes his light-squared bishop to increase his control over e4. This line can also arise from the Bogo-Indian Defence 1.

Nimzo-Indian Defence

W Winter vs Vidmar. White continues his development before committing to a definite plan of action.

This hypermodern opening was developed by Aron Nimzowitsch who introduced it to master-level chess in the early 20th century. You need to pick a username and password to post a reply. To this end, Black must blockade the white pawn centre from advancing and neutralise White’s attacking chances on the kingside. Black’s most flexible and frequently played response is The Wikibook Chess Opening Theory has a page on the topic of: There is also a non-searchable HTML only game listbut most users will want to use the main game database page.

Earlier in the game, Reshevsky was able to block White’s kingside attack by playing Nf6—e8 and f7—f5. White has to be very careful to avoid the early traps and tricks from Nimzo-indain.

Messages posted by Chessgames members do not necessarily represent the views of Chessgames. No spamming, advertising, or duplicating posts. So far this idea looks good for Black and currently the ball is in White’s court to produce some new idea to punish Black’s early aggression.