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In this video Ron W. Henley examines a game from his own personal collection, showing some of his own ideas on the theory of the Dzindzi Indian. The game shows the power of putting constant pressure on black and using forcing moves to completely ruin white’s pawn structure following by an immediate talk on the white king. White tries to gain counter play for his weaker position by putting pressure on the long white diagonal where many of black’s pieces are tied up followed by a putting pressure on a triple fork on e4 with his knight. However, none of these attacks are enough to prevent black’s excellent piece placement and pressure on white’s king.