Nimzo-Indian Defense - Chess Openings (Part I)





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Uploaded on Dec 31, 2009

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http://chess.geniusprophecy.com/ This is an introduction to a chess opening known as the Nimzo-Indian Defense, which has been utilised by every world champion since Capablanca, including Garry Kasparov and Robert James "Bobby" Fischer. This is the most popular way for Black to meet 1.d4 and many White players try to avoid the Nimzo-Indian nowadays.

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