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Beating the Indian Defences: Take on the King's Indian, Nimzo-Indian, Grnfeld and all other Indian Complexes by Graham Burgess , Steffen Pedersen )

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Beating the Indian Defences: Take on the King's Indian, Nimzo-Indian, Grnfeld and all other Indian Complexes  by Graham Burgess , Steffen Pedersen ) Empty Beating the Indian Defences: Take on the King's Indian, Nimzo-Indian, Grnfeld and all other Indian Complexes by Graham Burgess , Steffen Pedersen )

Post  ChessCaissa on Wed Mar 13, 2019 3:10 am

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Thanks to the original uploader at Chess India! sunny

Take on the King's Indian, Nimzo-Indian, Grunfeld and all of the other Indian complexes. Includes 175 diagrams.

Product details
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Batsford (June 30, 2003)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0713478012
ISBN-13: 978-0713478013

Review by an Amazon reader:
"good stuff about book: **it covers ALL the indian defenses from white's point of view, including d4,c4,Nc3, and d4,c4,Nf3 openings (no other book does this) **it is organized so that a complete repetoire against the indian defenses is included in the book (the authors did a good job of making sure the the reader will not get lost in a transposition and will not need to gather information from other sources to play the recommended lines) **it covers more than just the indian defenses. it also covers: the dutch (the recommendation is 1.d4 f5 2.Nc3), 1.d4 d6 and 1.d4 g6 (the recommendation against each is 2.e4, leading to the pirc and the modern, respectively), the budapest and fajarowich gambits (1.d4 Nf6 2. c4 e5!? 3.dxe5 Ng4 and 3. ...Ne4, the recommendation is 4.Nh3 for the budapest and 4.a3 for the fajarowich), assorted benonis (including the czech and snake benonis), the old indian defense, the englund gambit (1.d4 e5), the clarendon court (1.d4 c5 2.d5 f5), queen's fianchetto defense (1.d4 b6), and others
bad stuff about book: **it is a repetoire book so some of the lines might not be your style, but you still must play them as no other lines are provided **a lot of information and analysis is presented, which can make it hard to work through
general stuff about book: **the information is presented in game format instead of tree format (which actually why it can be hard to work through) **you must play 1.d4 and 2.c4 in order to stay within the recommended repetoire (i.e., if you play Nf3 on your first or second moves, you might reach positions not covered in this book)
this book is well worth buying if you are looking to play 1.d4. it has really helped a great deal with my chess openings.
(just a note: Burgess and Pederson also have a book in the format of this one but on the queen's gambit instead of the indian defenses, it's called The Queen's Gambit for the Attacking Player, it's worth looking into even though it is a few years old)"


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