The ninth day of December we consider the Nimzo-Indian, Queens Indian, Bogo-Indian and the Catalan in chess books. In response to the planned White set-up of 1.d4 and 2.c4, Black plays 1...Nf6 and 2...e6. Black's strategy is to develop the king's bishop classically. Many grandmasters play this openings from both sides of the board. How do they hope to win? By discovering tools they understand better than their opponents. You must be prepared. Books such as the ones below provide you with good ideas to improve your play. These books give you good ideas.
1. Grandmaster Repertoire 1A: 1.d4: The Catalan by Boris Avrukh
This is a welcome update edition of Grandmaster Avrukh's popular repertoire.
2. The Queen's Indian: Move by Move by Lorin D'Costa
A full-time chess teacher explains for you one of the most popular defenses.
3. Opening Repertoire: Nimzo and Bogo Indian by Christof Sielecki
The author provides a reliable repertoire for Black after the 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6.
4. Nimzo-Indian: Move by Move by John Emms
A famous openings expert gives his grandmaster advice one move at a time.
My Chess Training Repertoire in the ninth issue covers the Nimzo-Indian Defence. Sign up for my email list and start getting it.
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