Gardajora Eastern Open performance chessguy 40 min ago. Nothing inherently wrong with either of course, but I never play that against 1. White basically treats the position like a Dutch, and plays a Staunton-type gambit. Bad Game — Not correctable, needs to be removed: The effect of this surprising opening system can be devastating on the unprepared opponent, often forcing defensive gut reactions to this very different type of set-up. While looking for ambitious and intriguing Black set-ups vs queen pawn openings, I stumbled inian this example game demonstrating the Dzindzi-Indian.
|Published (Last):||13 August 2006|
|PDF File Size:||9.35 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||1.80 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
History[ edit ] The earliest known use of the term "Indian Defence" was in , and the name was attributed to the openings used by the Indian player Moheschunder Bannerjee against John Cochrane.
Sergeant describes Moheschunder as having been as of "a Brahman in the Mofussil —up country, as we might say—who had never been beaten at chess! The fondness for them of the present Indian champion of British chess, Mir Sultan Khan , is well known.
But they are now so widely popular that Dr. Tartakover was able to declare, some years ago, that "to-day fianchettos are trumps. John Cochrane—Moheschunder Bannerjee, May 1. Nc3 d5 4. Nf3 6. Be2 Nxc3 8. Bb2 Bg4 Rc1 Rc8 Ba3 Qa5 Qb3 Rfe8 Rc5 Qb6 Rb5 Qd8 Ng5 Bxe2 Nxf7 Na5 and White mates in three This time Moheschunder, as Black, won after some enterprising and perhaps dubious sacrificial play: 1.
Nc3 Nf6 5. Nf3 Bg4 7. Nxe4 f5 Neg5 e4 Ne6 exf3! Rg1 Bxd1 Ne6 Bg4 Nxf8 Kxf8 Rxg2 Nd7 Bf4 Nc5 Kd2 Rc8 Kc2 Bf3 Rf2 Nxd3 Ke3 b5 Rd2 Bc4 Rad1 Bf6 Kf4 Re8 Rc1 Be2! He also proposes the names "Proto-Indian" for 1. Nc3 and "Three Quarter Indian" for 1. Nd2, none of which came into wider use. Reti also attributed to Kmoch the terms "All Indian Defence" where Black fianchettoes both bishops after 1. Nf3 and 2. Nc3 Bb4 [ edit ] a.
DZINDZI INDIAN DEFENSE PDF