Play 4.f3 against Nimzo-Indian Defence
Finding a challenging variation against the Nimzo-Indian is one of the biggest issues for every 1.d4 player. The soundness of this opening often discourages White from playing 3.Nc3 after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6.
We are happy to announce that GM Cheparinov has come to your rescue! In his brand-new database, he provides full repertoire for White based on 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.f3
This is the Samisch Variation against the Nimzo-Indian Defence and it's one of the most aggressive ways for White to play against the moves Nf6 and e6. White wants to take the centre with e4 next.
Nowadays, this variation is extensively debated even in top-level games. Even though this line DOES NOT refute the Nimzo-Indian Defence, Black is forced to walk on thin ice in order to equalise.
True to his style, GM Cheparinov provides many interesting novelties. If you study this course well, you can win many games without making a single move of your own! At the same time, you don't need to focus on every single variation.
When studying this course, don't try to memorize all the variations (unless you are a 2700+ player). Nevertheless, we strongly suggest that you take a closer look at all the lines. In this way, you will see a lot of recurring tactical and positional ideas.
The database consists of 13 Theoretical Chapters, 13 Interactive Test Positions, a Memory Booster, and a Video Version (5h and 20min Video Running Time).
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