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  • Taschenbuch: 272 Seiten
  • Verlag: Everyman Chess; Auflage: First. (November 2006)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1857444248
  • ISBN-13: 978-1857444247
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1,9 x 15,2 x 22,2 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 312.615 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Are you tired of constantly following the same old opening moves? Fed up with always having to keep up with modern chess theory? Or perhaps you simply wish to try something new and exciting, but cannot decide between the numerous choices available? We have the answer! In this book, John Emms, Chris Ward and Richard Palliser team up to examine one of the most popular and respected openings at all levels of chess: the Nimzo-Indian. Instead of pursuing the well-trodden paths, they choose an original approach, concentrating on fresh or little-explored variations of the Nimzo, and selecting a wealth of 'dangerous' options for both colours. Whether playing White or Black, a study of this book will leave you confident and fully-armed, and your opponents running for cover! "Dangerous Weapons" is a brand-new series of opening books which supply the reader with an abundance of hard-hitting ideas to revitalize his or her opening repertoire. Many of the carefully chosen weapons are innovative, visually shocking, incredibly tricky, or have been unfairly discarded; they are guaranteed to throw even your most experienced opponent off balance.

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Are you tired of constantly following the same old opening moves? Fed up with always having to keep up with modern chess theory? Or perhaps you simply wish to try something new and exciting, but cannot decide between the numerous choices available? We have the answer!
In this book, opening experts John Emms, Chris Ward and Richard Palliser team up to examine one of the most popular and respected openings at all levels of chess: the Nimzo-Indian. However, instead of pursuing the well-trodden paths, they choose an original approach, concentrating on fresh or little-explored variations of the Nimzo, and selecting a wealth of ‘dangerous’ options for both White and Black. A study of this book will leave the reader confident and fully-armed, and his or her opponents running for cover!
Dangerous Weapons is a brand-new series of opening books which supply the reader with an abundance of hard-hitting ideas to revitalize his or her opening repertoire. Many of the carefully chosen weapons are innovative, visually shocking, incredibly tricky, or have been unfairly discarded; they are guaranteed to throw even your most experienced opponent off balance.

*The Nimzo-Indian as you’ve never seen it before
*Written by renowned opening experts
*Ideal for ambitious and adventurous players

John Emms is one of Britain’s leading Grandmasters and has represented England in numerous team tournaments and Chess Olympiads. He’s also a renowned coach and an experienced writer; his works include Easy Guide to the Nimzo-Indian, while he is also a co-author of the best-selling openings encyclopaedia Nunn’s Chess Openings.
Chris Ward is a Grandmaster and a former British Champion. He is also a highly successful chess teacher and a popular author thanks to his attractive and humorous style. His earlier works for Everyman Chess include Starting Out: The Nimzo-Indian and the best-selling Improve Your Opening Play.
Richard Palliser is a young English International Master who is quickly carving out a reputation as a skilled and prolific chess writer. His previous works for Everyman Chess include The Bb5 Sicilian and Tango!, which provoked much positive interest from the critics and the chess public alike.


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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Christian Hoethe am 27. November 2006
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Ebenso wie im gleichnamigen Band zu Sizilianisch präsentieren die Autoren
eine Sammlung an interessanten und eher selten gespielten Varianten im
Nimzo-Inder.

Die "dangerous weapons" gibt es dabei sowohl für den Anziehenden als auch für den sich Nimzo-Indisch verteidigenden Spieler. Einige Beispiele aus der Sammlung: für Anziehende ist sicherlich u.a. das Milov-Gambit von Interesse, wohingegen sich Nachziehende u.a. an den ausführlichen Analyse der beiden von Vitolinsh stammenden Gambits erfreuen dürfen (wobei eines davon auch schon in einem SOS-Band vorgestellt wurde). Und wer bisher dachte, der Zug 4. ...Se4 als Antwort auf 4. e3 und 4. Sf3 sei ein typischer Anfängerzug in Richtung schlechte Stellung, der wird hier auch eines Besseren belehrt!

Insgesamt ist auch dieser Titel recht nett produziert und kann allen empfohlen werden, die auf der Suche nach seltenen und interessanten Nebenvarianten sind!
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New, Interesting Ideas. 29. Dezember 2006
Von JonathanS - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Why I am qualified to review this book: I used to be ranked #25 on the top 100 list for my age. I won third in the N. CA jr. High champs, 3rd at a LA Masters. I have had the honor of working with FM Banawa, from the Philippines, who is now rated 2307 according to January FIDE rating supplement. I have also work with other strong players, with ratings over 2400 USCF.

Now on to the book "Dangerous Weapons: The Nimzo Indian" was mainly written by English IM Richard Palliser, and GM Chris Ward. The Book was pretty good. I believe that the chapter on the Rominishin Gambit (1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. Qc2 d5 5. a3 Bxc3 6. Qxc3 c5!? 7. dxc5 d4) was well worth buying the whole book alone.

There were other great lines that lead to razor sharp play, which many opponents may not know about. If so, you will be expected to win the game, such as the Topalov Gambit, or "Wanting it all" in the Classical (0-0 line), with e4. It also showed a lot of Ne4!? lines in the Nimzo Indian, such as against e3 Ne4!? I tried them in chess, with ok results, but far from impressive.

The problems with this book lies in one thing. Some of their ideas are just plain bad. Thankfully, they clearly state in the beginning that some of the ideas that they give are refuted, or are just plain anti-positional and bad. For an advanced player, this is not a problem, because (s)he can carefully look through the annalists, and find the refuted or bad ones, and just simply ignore them.

It is a very interesting opening book, compiled into 300 pages. Personally, I really thought it was good, though it did have some weak points. I recommend this book to any advanced Nimzo-Indian player, who is good at attacking chess, and wants to go looking for complex, sharp play. For beginners, this is not a bad book, but it would help if you had someone, who is a bit stronger then you look over your openings that you select. This book offers a broad selection of ineteresting openings to choose from, so that is why I really liked it. Great effort from GM Ward, IM Palliser, and the edditor, GM Emms!
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Some Interesting Ideas with Very Poor Analysis 28. November 2011
Von Carl Armstrong - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have been a chess coach for over 30 years and have most all of the Dangerous Weapons series as well as all 13 volumes of Secrets of Opening Surprises.Unfortunately none of the analysis in these books is ever run through the worlds most powerful engine Houdini (Anands favorite according to an interview on June 10, 2011 for Chessvibes.com)to see whether it is weak, defective, full of holes or reliable.

In this current volume on the Nimzo-Indian the chapters containing ideas and analysis by Richard Palliser and John Emms will probably hold up in a strong OTB tournament.Unfortunately one of the chapters by Chris Ward is pretty terrible.This is chapter 17 entitled: "An Original Leningrad" where he recommends the following moves for white: 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.Bg5 h6 5.Bh4 c5 6.d5 d6 7.Nf3!? (Ward's recommendation).It took Houdini less than a minute to blow this white system away with 7...ed5!8.cd5 Nbd7 9.e3 Qa5 and white is struggling for counterplay against blacks strong initiative.

If you have time to weed out all the defective analysis in this volume with Houdini 1.5 (free download available) or Houdini 3 Aquarium Pro (current CCRL rating 3347) which is already pre installed in Deep Fritz 13, and make the necessary corrections, the entire Dangerous Weapons series can be very rewarding since some of the ideas are very interesting.If you dont have the time, and rely blindly on the analysis and main lines provided (as I have done in the past and got beaten badly when I used this Leningrad system as white)you will be at considerable risk of getting demolished at any OTB tournament where your opponent has studied the proven and tested openings found in MCO 15 and NCO (Nunn's Chess Openings).So you buy this series at risk, but if you have time to make the necessary corrections it can be very rewarding.
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