The Bogo-Indian Defense – named for Efim Bogoljubow – develops the kingside quickly and seeks to fight for central squares in a less-direct manner, not using. E11 – Bogo-Indian defence: 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 Bb4+. Search the chess games database, download games, view frequent practitioners and browse the. Finally, we reached the main line in Bogo-Indian defense. After 12 fxe6 0 we are reaching one of the most important tabiyas in Bogo – Indian defence.
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No spamming, advertising, or duplicating posts. Bd2 It appears after the move 6…Bxc3 7. Even though it was played in only 18 games so far this move poses serious problems to Black and White is better in all the lines after it.
In Chapters 3, 4 and 5 deals with the tricky move 4…a5. However Black can play List of openings theory table List of chess gambits Irregular Quick checkmates Fool’s mate Scholar’s defencee. Bg2 and then 7…d6 and 7…Na5. He provides an interesting solution 5. No personal attacks against other members. It’s true that often White’s advantage will be marginal.
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Nc3 – would turn the game into the Nimzo-Indian. I’m thinking of playing the Bogo along with similar Nimzo lines such as the Zurich, but I’m wondering if it’s worth going to all that effort if I can just play the Defebce Indian instead. The line is described in the Gambit Guide as “ambitious”.
Vefence vs F Apsenieks. Also, are there any games with it? All in all, This would be my choice as well if I was a regular Nimzo player. This will bring your bishop on c8 to life and will limit the activity of the white enemy bishop on g2 because the white pawns are blocked on white squares.
After that move your pawns in the center to black squares! The light-squared bishop will be developed on b7 and it will become a worthy opponent of White’s fianchettoed bishop. Topalov had some edge after the opening, but soon misplayed his position and lost his way.
But verily, White’s space advantage and the safety of his King on the Queenside guaranteed him the better game out of the opening. If you already have an account, you should login now.
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GM Postny provides you with full repertoire against all of them divided to 8 chapters. Mackenzie vs J Noa. White has not played the usual 3.
Bogo Indian Defence by GM Magesh and GM Arun
A Pokorny vs Lasker. Bd2 is that White’s play is natural and positionally sound. In this chapter the author examined the position after 5. The Queen Side Majority.
Rc8 and only after In this chapter author analyses 6… 7. Black’s idea in this opening is simple: Nbd2 is an alternative aiming to acquire the bishop for the knight or forcing Black’s bishop to retreat. The author proves that 11…Nd8 is playable, but White easily achieved a better game, by india c4-c5 in an appropriate moment. After 7…d6 the most obvious move 8. Hence we decided to write deefence idea against the Catalan which has recently come up at the top level.
E11: Bogo-Indian defence
He just needs to simplify the position after the central break c6-c5 and keep waiting for the opponent to commit any errors or sign the truce. The main line goes 5… 6. In this scheme, however, the usefulness of the move a7-a5 is not entirely clear.