Opening Repertoire: Nimzo And Bogo Indian by Christof SieleckiOpening Repertoire: Nimzo And Bogo Indian by Christof Sielecki

Opening Repertoire: Nimzo And Bogo Indian

byChristof Sielecki

Paperback | August 7, 2015

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International Master Christof Sielecki presents a repertoire for Black based on the Nimzo-Indian and Bogo-Indian defenses. The Nimzo-Indian has always enjoyed a reputation as a dynamic, reliable defense against 1 d4 and continues to be as popular as ever at all levels. When White avoids the Nimzo-Indian with 3 Nf3 or 3 g3, however, Black needs to find another solution. Sielecki solves this perennial problem by also offering a repertoire with the Bogo-Indian Defense. In both the Nimzo and the Bogo-Indian, Sielecki focuses on lines in which Black adopts a dark-square strategy. This creates a system-type approach which links the variations to a common theme, making the repertoire much easier to learn and understand. Using illustrative games, Sielecki examines the typical tactics and strategies for both sides, and highlights key move order issues. This book tells you all you need to know about playing the Nimzo and Bogo-Indian. *A repertoire for Black against mainline 1 d4 *Packed with new ideas and critical analysis *Explains the important thematic ideas
Christof Sielecki is an International Master from Germany and a regular competitor in the super-strong German Bundesliga. He has produced over 700 instructional chess videos for his YouTube channel and also produces a regular video series for the Internet Chess Club
Title:Opening Repertoire: Nimzo And Bogo IndianFormat:PaperbackDimensions:440 pages, 9.45 × 6.7 × 0.93 inPublished:August 7, 2015Publisher:Everyman ChessLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1781941092

ISBN - 13:9781781941096

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My silicon friends and I spent some time checking Sielecki's analysis in the two lines for White that I know best (4.Qc2 and 4.f3). I found his analysis to be comprehensive, well sourced and well explained...suitable for the ambitious club player.