Queen’s Indian Defense is a very solid opening that utilizes the queen’s side bishop to control the center and the long diagonal. Black focuses on controlling the center with pieces rather than pawns like in all Indian systems. Queen’s Indian borrows some of its ideas from Nimzo-Indian setups. Both openings use the same idea of allowing white to build a strong center, before attempting to undermine it. This is a popular hyper-modern approach, which may turn out very effective on the amateur level. Today we will look at some of the best games on Queen’s Indian.
Queen’s Indian Defense – Game 1:
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Queen’s Indian Defense – Game 3:
Queen’s Indian Defense – Game 5:
If you want to improve your chess level, you need to have a clear study plan. If you aim for a dramatic improvement at chess you need to work on all of the elements of the game in a systematic way:
- positional play
- attacking skills
- endgame technique
- classical games analysis
- psychological preparation
- and much more
We also recommend Surprising Your Opponents in the King’s Indian.
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