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Forced draws? Perpetual checks? Not here!
Ruthlessly Fight For The FULL Point
If you enjoy playing Black and the dynamic counterattacking potential offered by the second move, then Women’s FIDE Master Maaike Keetman has something that will delight you.
You may be familiar with our publishing manager, WFM Keetman. She is one of our top experts on what makes Chessable courses great, and now she’s made her debut as an author to share this huge labor of love, her first repertoire for Black against 1. d4 built around the Nimzo-Indian.
An Entire Arsenal Of Energetic Ideas
That’s exactly what’s inside The Fierce Nimzo-Indian by WFM Keetman.
This repertoire for Black sets up a spring-loaded position that can burst into action, with ۱.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4 followed by …b7-b6 and …d7-d6.
Keeping the pawns back maintains the tension, and stops White from simplifying the game or nabbing a slight advantage through exchanges.
And with a resilient structure free from weaknesses, you can count on its positional and tactical trumps to drum up counterplay… and eventually, take over the game!
WFM Keetman spent 5 to 6 hours/day for almost 120 consecutive days digging into the analysis, with the help of super engines Leela Chess and asmFish to ensure her recommendations are not only tactically and strategically sound, but brand spanking new. This repertoire is full of never-before-seen novelties that tip the balance in Black’s favor.
Inside The Fierce Nimzo-Indian you will find:
💣 Over 15 hours of video sync instruction and 513 trainable variations give you a complete repertoire against just about everything White can throw your way – from the Classical 4.Qc2 and Rubinstein’s 4.e3, the Leningrad and Kasparov Variations, to modest but practical sidelines like 4.Bd2.
💣 A Quickstarter guide with 55 core lines serves up concise and essential Nimzo-Indian wisdom. You can learn the entire chapter, and start building valuable experience in the opening in just an hour or two.
💣 ۳۹ Alternative variations which add surprise value and flexibility to your play. The quiet continuations give you a slow and steady game, if that’s what you need. But if winning is the only option, then unsheathe those sharp lines and get slicing!
💣 Strategic guides which simplify your decision-making and ease new players into the opening. Know the perfect squares for your pieces, which goals to prioritize, and the pawn breaks that energize your entire position. (With these mental shortcuts, you can find the best moves even if the game drifts away from theory.)
💣 ۱۳ Model games with instructive commentary show you how grandmasters transform their strong opening play into a rip-roaring attack or winning positional advantage. Swipe these middlegame strategies and use them in your games.
And here’s the icing:
The Fierce Nimzo-Indian can stand on its own, but it’s also plug-and-play ready!
If you already play the Nimzo-Indian, but opt for the positional route with …d5 and …O-O, the dynamic lines from WFM Keetman can add another dimension to your play and make you unpredictable for opponents.