Dzindzi-Indisch - Aktiv gegen 1.d4

Dzindzi-Indian - Active against 1.d4

Sale price€9,90

Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout


After 1.d4 c5 2.d5 g6 3.c4 Bg7, an interesting positional opportunity arises for Black if White continues with the natural move 4.Nc3. Black can create an ugly defect in White's pawn structure with 4...Bxc3. In doing so, Black gives up his fianchetto bishop, but also gains a number of advantages and a clear strategic plan. Often, after recapturing on c3 (5.bxc3), the move continues with 5...f5, which prevents White from playing in the center with e2-e4. Since the strong Georgian grandmaster Romandzindzichashvili, who emigrated to the USA, liked to play this way, this defense is called the Dzindzichashvili Indian, or Dzindzi Indian for short. Today, strong players such as Radoslaw Wojtaszek and Hikaru Nakamura also use it occasionally. Kenneth Nahnsen has studied this interesting opening in depth and presents the most important ideas and variations in seven video lessons with a total running time of around 60 minutes. With the Dzindzi Indian you can force your opponent onto the defensive right from the start without much preparation.