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What India has to do with Indian openings?

  • #61

    Cochrane was not the one to introduce the fianchetto. It was Mohishunder.

    The "Nimzo" in the Nimzo-Indian refers to Nimzowitsch (a pioneer in hypermodern openings).

  • #62
    Sunshiny wrote:

    Pushing one of the pawns (b2, b7, g2, g7) creates a triangle with the two other pawns beside it. Next you have the bishop go into that triangle like a person going into the tepee. It's just a matter of connecting the dots, or pawns in this case.

    (I think you didn't SWIDT Laughing)

  • #63

    mohishunder is great

  • #64
    Gil-Gandel wrote:
    Sunshiny wrote:

    Pushing one of the pawns (b2, b7, g2, g7) creates a triangle with the two other pawns beside it. Next you have the bishop go into that triangle like a person going into the tepee. It's just a matter of connecting the dots, or pawns in this case.

    (I think you didn't SWIDT )

    Heh, now i do, and how!

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