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 Post subject: Nimzo-Indian / Queens Indian
PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2005 9:12 pm 
I have been playing the Nimzo-Indian when white cooperates and Queens Indian when he doesn't for a long time now, but I really just play by feel with almost no theory knowledge. I'm rated around 1900 and feel that to get to the next level i need to dig in and do my homework on these defenses. Anyone have any good books or favorite lines to recommend?


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Jouni Yrjölä
The Queen’s Indian

The reviews about this almost made me want to add this opening to my repertoire... Check out jeremysilman.com


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You're right, the reviews make it sound like a must-have. Thanks for the tip!
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