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  • Choosing an Opening for the Game

    The stronger the player, the more important it is that they know the opening well. The number of lines also increases tremendously. While beginners may get away with knowing just the basics, elite players have to analyze and memorize huge amounts ... | Read More

  • NimzoIndian - Leningrad Variation

    The Leningrad (perhaps we should call it St Petersburg) variation of the NimzoIndian (1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.Bg5) was a favorite of Boris Spassky (from Leningrad).  It was also played by Alekhine,Reti, and Korchnoi.  This game, fro... | Read More

    • Tribute to GM Ulf Andersson (Part 2)

      Welcome to part 2 of my Tribute to GM Ulf Andersson series. For the average player it is difficult to be updated on the latest theory in the most popular openings. In the Sinquefield-Cup tournament we saw new set-ups/ideas as late as move 20 or ... | Read More

      • Posiskak
      • | Nov 13, 2014
    • Nimzoindian 4.Bd2: Duchamp - Dake Folkenstone, 1933

      Since I started playing the Nimzoindian again, I've been looking for key games that best characterize the ideas in some of the many sidelines.  In this case, Arthur Dake illustrates very well the potential of Black's position when White opts for ... | Read More

      • Jpatrick
      • | Jul 29, 2014
    • Play the Nimzo-Scan ftw !!! ;)

      The Scandinavian i use but i also "invented" the 'Nimzo-Scan' i say i invented this opening because i cannot find a real name for it; so if anyone knows its real name please let us all know plz? Nimzo used to do crazy but good openings like the N... | Read More

      • crok
      • | Jul 2, 2013
      • | 1 comment
    • Opening Index by ECO Codes

      Click on the ECO Code (A00 - E99) to go directly to the game. You can also look games up by the name of the opening (ie Ruy Lopez - Berlin Variation, QGD - Tartakower Defense etc) or by the players names in my other indices.  A00 Sokolsky Openin... | Read More

      • NimzoRoy
      • | Feb 14, 2013
    • Opening Index by Names - and some Nimzovitch trivia

      Click on the opening to go to the game. Multiple entries for the same name and/or ECO code refer to different games and aren't duplicate entries. Pictured here is the great hypermodern GM Aron Nimzovitch, who probably holds the record for the mos... | Read More

      • NimzoRoy
      • | Dec 29, 2012
      • | 1 comment