Grandmaster Niclas Huschenbeth offers a complete opening repertoire in the Bogo-Indian Defence from Black's perspective. A companion to his Nimzo-Indian repertoire, these series together provide a strong basis to fight against 1.d4. Efim Bogolyubov was a Russian-born German grandmaster and a World Championship challenger in 1929 and 1934, who lost twice to Alexander Alekhine.
- Learn a complete black repertoire in the Bogo-Indian Defence
- Update your theoretical knowledge
- Play the opening like a grandmaster
"When I am White I win because I am White. When I am Black I win because I am Bogoljubov." GM Niclas Huschenbeth introduces you to the Bogo-Indian Defence.
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