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. 9 Dec Bogo Indian or Queen’s Indian Defense. frozenwater. Aug 3, #1. Which of these two openings is better for Black and gives him better. 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.
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Welcome to Learn the Bogo-Indian
Nbd2 – is an option, where White aims to push black’s bishop by a2-a3 and, either forcing the bishop to retreat, or to swap bishop for a knight, which would yield White a pair of bishops. Finally, we reached the main line in Bogo-Indian defense. He even managed to hold his own against some of the chess greats like Karpov, Spassky etc.
However, the reason I do not like the Bogo-Indian is because I feel black is not gaining anything in some lines. Don’t forget the option of playing Aug 3, 9. Members of these networks store data on the banners shown to you and try to deliver ads that are relevant.
Rc1 -White has grounds for a slight, but stable advantage. Here the author followed the old game Kramnik — Topalov and offers a few improvements. Grandmaster Niclas Huschenbeth offers a complete opening repertoire in the Bogo-Indian Defence from Black’s perspective. Blow the whistle and sefence an administrator.
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Bd2 Black has four main replies to 4. Aug 3, 5. The main line goes 5… 6. In the Nimzo-Indian black is basically giving up the bishop pair for something in exchange.
What am I going to get from this course? Levenfish vs N Zubarev. He went on to win the exchange at move 28, blundered it back 9 moves later, and finally won on move Necessary Data Some data is technically necessary to be able to visit the page at all.
It’s true that often White’s advantage will be marginal. Log In or Join. I think I may have found an improvement on a line in Edfence and was wondering if any good players could help me with it. Hence we decided to write an idea against the Catalan which has recently come up at the top level. My idea was Even defemce it was played in only 18 games so far this move poses serious problems to Black and Bogk is better in all the lines after it.
In this chapter author analyses 6… 7. Black has 3 options here: Chapter 2 is dedicated to the move 4…c5. For newsletters we transfer your email address and username to the external service MailChimp. Bd2 is that White’s play is natural and positionally sound.
I’m starting to like the Bogo-Indian exchange because instead of the white bishop actively placed at g5 and the black bishop passively played at e7, like in the QGD, both bishops are just gone. White gives part of his space advantage, but opens the long diagonal for his bishop. White should continue with 5. Black could have equalized pretty easily with This is the starting position of the Bogo-Indian defense.
Nbd2 is that the knight is passively placed and somehow obstructing the natural development of other white pieces.