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Learn how to play one of the most solid openings against 1.d4!
In the video “Repertoire for Black vs. Queen’s Gambit” by GM Roman Dzindzichashvili, we learn about the Nimzo-Indian Defense, one of Black’s best responses against 1.d4.
This is a very solid opening, revolving around the fight for control of the e4 square – something that Black does from the beginning of the game with the moves 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4. White occupies the center with pawns on c4 and d4 while Black aims to control the center using pieces instead.
In the video, Roman starts off by talking about a few different lines that White can play against the Nimzo-Indian Defense. Throughout the video, we are shown how to play against each of the variations that White can play and are taught how to get a good game in each line. Black has many positional ideas that can be used in this opening in order to crush White.
What moves can Black make in order to get a firm grip on the center? How does doubling White’s pawns contribute to his goal of central control? Watch the video to find out!
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