The Nimzoindian Defence the Easy Way - Aagaard - Software DVD - Chess-House The Nimzoindian Defence the Easy Way - Aagaard - Software DVD - Chess-House The Nimzoindian Defence the Easy Way - Aagaard - Software DVD - Chess-House The Nimzoindian Defence the Easy Way - Aagaard - Software DVD - Chess-House
The Nimzoindian Defence the Easy Way - Aagaard - Software DVD - Chess-House
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The Nimzoindian Defence the Easy Way - Aagaard

Product Code: A549323
On this DVD Danish IM Jacob Aagaard introduces you to the secrets of the Nimzoindian Defence (1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4). In 15 lessons that last 4 hours and 4 minutes Aagaard shows you how you can successfully play... Read More

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About The Nimzoindian Defence the Easy Way - Aagaard.

On this DVD Danish IM Jacob Aagaard introduces you to the secrets of the Nimzoindian Defence (1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4). In 15 lessons that last 4 hours and 4 minutes Aagaard shows you how you can successfully play this opening by understanding key ideas instead of memorizing long tedious variations. This need-to-know approach has served the Danish IM, who needs only a few more rating points to become GM, well over the years. His wins against GM Jonathan Tisdall and GM Alexander Shabalov are only two of the many inspiring games he presents on the DVD. This entertaining crash course in a timeless and hugely popular opening provides you with the complete repertoire of a grandmaster. It is based on understanding key positions and key strategies such as targeting the c4-pawn or square.

Author: The Danish International Master Jacob Aagaard, 30, has already published a whole array of chess books, including the prize-winning Excelling at Chess. For ChessBase he made "Attacking Chess I and II", both published in the series "fritztrainer".

System requirements: Pentium-Processor at 300 Mhz or higher, 64 MB RAM, Windows XP, Windows Vista, DVD drive, mouse, soundcard.

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