Nimzo-Indian Defense: Repertoire for Black with IM Marcin Sieciechowicz
Tired of playing the old stuff over and over against the 1.d4? (which doesn’t seem to work very well…)
Need a new opening, but have no time to learn all the theory?
Hoping to just ‘survive’ your opponent’s preparation and get to a playable middlegame?
I’ve got something for you.
What if you could play top-of-the-line, AlphaZero-approved, easy-to-learn opening that actually gives you everything you’ll need to FIGHT for a WIN… with the BLACK pieces!?
IM Marcin Sieciechowicz spent countless days on opening research and tons of computing power. He double-checked the variations to ensure you get the most accurate and up-to-date Nimzo-Indian Defense Repertoire.
Here is some of what you’ll learn:
- Neutralizing the Saemisch – Saemisch Variation is one of the most aggressive setups against the Nimzo-Indian Defense. IM Sieciechowicz prepared a very special (and rare) line to get an edge against any sub-2300 opponent. Warning: this will lead to terrible positions for White.
- Endgame Teleport – IM Sieciechowicz shares his algorithm for converting your position straight to the endgame with good practical chances. And he even gives you pointers for winning it!
- Unbalancing the Leningrad – White is trying their lack with the Leningrad? They’re already in trouble. IM Sieciechowicz will teach you how to end up with a superior position and excellent chances to get a full point!
- Beating Home Preparation – Facing a highly theoretical bookworm? No problem. IM Sieciechowicz gives you a complete breakdown of the Classical Variation while keeping the theory minimal. You’ll get all the strategy guides, key responses, and plans sufficient to annihilate your opponent.
And these are only a few things you will learn from this 21-chapter training on Nimzo-Indian Defense.
Chapter 1. Illustrative Games
Chapter 2. Rare Variations
Chapter 3. Rare Variations – Game Examples
Chapter 4. Samisch Variation 4.a3
Chapter 5. Samisch Variation 4.a3 Game Examples
Chapter 6. Leningrad Variation 4.Bg5
Chapter 7. Leningrad Variation 4.Bg5 Game Examples
Chapter 8. Kmoch Variation 4.f3
Chapter 9. Kmoch Variation 4.f3 Game Examples
Chapter 10. Three Knights Variation 4.Nf3
Chapter 11. Three Knights Variation 4.Nf3 Game Examples
Chapter 12. Normal Line 4.e3 (part I)
Chapter 13. Normal Line 4.e3 (part 1) Game Examples
Chapter 14. Normal Line 4.e3 (part II)
Chapter 15. Normal Line 4.e3 (part Il) Game Examples
Chapter 16. Classical Variation 4.Qc2 (part I)
Chapter 17. Classical Variation 4.Qc2 (part I) Game Examples
Chapter 18. Classical Variation 4.Qc2 (part II)
Chapter 19. Classical Variation 4.Qc2 (part II) Game Examples
Chapter 20. Classical Variation 4.Qc2 (part III)
Chapter 21. Classical Variation 4.Qc2 (part III) Game Examples
About the Author:
IM Marcin Sieciechowicz [2462 FIDE]
won many medals in the Polish junior chess championship, among which the most important is the gold medal in the Polish junior chess championship in classical chess won in 2010 (under 18). He made two of his IM norms before reaching 18, and the last in 2010, and became International Master just after his 18th birthday. He has been competing three times in the Junior European chess championship (2004, 2007, 2008) and once in World junior chess championship (2010). He has two GM norms, made in 2010 and 2013, and his highest rating was 2462. He is playing French Defense for 20 years and has a couple of wins in this opening with the players rated 2600+.