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The Nimzo-Indian is one of the great headaches for queen pawn players. This rock solid defense is popular at all levels and enthusiasts of 1 d4 have struggled long and hard to find an advantageous line against it. How can White throw a solid Nimzo player off their stride at an early stage?

One highly promising try is the Kasparov Variation!

Grandmaster and renowned openings expert Chris Ward studies an ambitious and uncompromising way of battling against the Nimzo, one which the world number one Garry Kasparov first brought into the limelight in his legendary World Championship clashes with Anatoly Karpov. Kasparov¿s continued success with this line prompted many experts to call it the ¿Kasparov Variation¿. By studying this book, white players can arm themselves with a new dangerous system against the Nimzo, while black players can look carefully for antidotes!

All main lines are covered in this guide. It is written by a renowned Nimzo-Indian expert and includes examined strategies and tactics for both sides.

Synopsis:

By studying this book, white players can arm themselves with a new dangerous system against the Nimzo, while black players can look carefully for antidotes!

Synopsis:

4Nf3 as popularised by Garry Kasparov.

Synopsis:

The Nimzo-Indian is one of the great headaches for queen pawn players. This rock solid defense is popular at all levels and enthusiasts of 1 d4 have struggled long and hard to find an advantageous line against it. How can White throw a solid Nimzo player off their stride at an early stage?
One highly promising try is the Kasparov Variation!
Grandmaster and renowned openings expert Chris Ward studies an ambitious and uncompromising way of battling against the Nimzo, one which the world number one Garry Kasparov first brought into the limelight in his legendary World Championship clashes with Anatoly Karpov. Kasparov’s continued success with this line prompted many experts to call it the ‘Kasparov Variation’. By studying this book, white players can arm themselves with a new dangerous system against the Nimzo, while black players can look carefully for antidotes!
All main lines are covered in this guide. It is written by a renowned Nimzo-Indian expert and includes examined strategies and tactics for both sides.

About the Author

Chris Ward is a Grandmaster and a former British Champion. He is also a highly successful coach and a well-respected writer. His earlier works for Everyman include Starting Out: The Nimzo-Indian and the best-selling It¿s Your Move. Chris Ward is a leading member of the younger generation of English grandmasters. He is a former British Champion and a highly successful trainer.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781857443103
Author:
Ward, Chris
Publisher:
Everyman Chess
Subject:
Chess - Specific Strategies
Subject:
Chess
Subject:
Openings
Subject:
Chess - General
Subject:
Chess
Subject:
GAMES / Chess
Subject:
General Games
Edition Number:
First edition
Edition Description:
First
Series:
Everyman Chess
Publication Date:
20030831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
160
Dimensions:
9.25 x 6 in

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By studying this book, white players can arm themselves with a new dangerous system against the Nimzo, while black players can look carefully for antidotes!

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The Nimzo-Indian is one of the great headaches for queen pawn players. This rock solid defense is popular at all levels and enthusiasts of 1 d4 have struggled long and hard to find an advantageous line against it. How can White throw a solid Nimzo player off their stride at an early stage?
One highly promising try is the Kasparov Variation!
Grandmaster and renowned openings expert Chris Ward studies an ambitious and uncompromising way of battling against the Nimzo, one which the world number one Garry Kasparov first brought into the limelight in his legendary World Championship clashes with Anatoly Karpov. Kasparov’s continued success with this line prompted many experts to call it the ‘Kasparov Variation’. By studying this book, white players can arm themselves with a new dangerous system against the Nimzo, while black players can look carefully for antidotes!
All main lines are covered in this guide. It is written by a renowned Nimzo-Indian expert and includes examined strategies and tactics for both sides.

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