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Nimzo-Larsen Attack
Titel: Nimzo-Larsen Attack
Auteur: Jacobs B. & Tait J.
Uitgever: Everyman
Jaartal: 2001
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's:   192
Verkoopprijs:   Ä 20.00
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1 b3 or 1 Nf3, 2 b3

004 Bibliography
007 Introduction

Part One: 1 b3 e5
009 1 1 b3 e5 2 Bb2 Nc6 3 e3 d5 4 Bb5 Bd6
032 2 1 b3 e5 2 Bb2 Nc6 3 e3
051 3 1 b3 e5 2 Bb2 other lines

Part Two: 1 b3 d5 and 1 Nf3 d5 2 b3
074 4 Reversed Nimzo-Indian: 1 Nf3 d5 2 b3 c5 with ...Nc6 and Bb5
091 5 Reversed Queen's Indian: 1 Nf3 d5 2 b3 c5
109 6 Black plays 1...d5, 2...Nf6 but not ...c7-c5
130 7 Black plays 1...d5, 2...Bg4

Part Three: Other lines
146 8 Black plays an early ...g7-g6
171 9 Black plays 1...c5 and other moves

191 Index of Complete Games  

Catalogue text:

The Nimzo-Larsen Attack (1 b3) enables White to take his opponent out of his stride from the very first move. By avoiding the theoretical landmines of openings such as the Sicilian and King's Indian Defences, White is able to steer the game towards a pure battle of chess skill, rather than a test of memory. Furthermore, as the games of exponents such as Grandmaster Julian Hodgson have shown, the Nimzo-Larsen Attack often provokes an overreaction by Black, causing him to overextend his position and thereby leave himself open to an early knockout blow.

  • Dynamic surprise weapon for players of all standards
  • Explains the basic elements, strategies and tactics for both sides
  • Provides everything you need to start playing the Nimzo-Larsen Attack straightaway
  • Ideal battle manual for competitive players

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