Blitz Chess #364: Nimzo-Indian: Fischer variation
This is a blitz chess game I played as black with time control 5|0. The opening played was the Nimzo-Indian Defense, Fischer variation. One of the most important questions in chess is "Should I trade queens?", especially since without them on board there often follows a phase change, middlegame to endgame. It's important to make an accurate assessment about this specific trade, and it's one that can be difficult to assess at times. Many factors play a role in a proper assessment, with a top piece of criteria being king safety. It's white's bishop pair and damaged kingside structure vs black's pawn plus in this sharp position that arises from the Nimzo-Indian, Fischer variation.