April 18, 2015 | Posted in Chess Lectures | By

NEW Queen’s Indian Theory and Practice

Queen's Indian Theory and Practice F

by GM Leonid Kritz

Recommended for Advanced Players

Presented by Grandmaster Leonid Kritz for ChessLecture.com

GM Kritz outlines several variations of the Queens’s Indian including The Main line and the Main Modern Line. Including 4.g3. Plan 4….Ba6.5.b3 b5

The Queen’s Indian is regarded as the sister opening of the Nimzo-Indian, since both openings aim to impede White’s efforts to gain full control of the center by playing e2–e4.

A hypermodern., yet solid defense to 1.d4 advocated by Aron Nimzovich.

Content: 1.25 hours of instruction and analysis in a series of 4 lectures.

Members of ChessLecture.com rated this series a 4.46 out of 5

Fans on Chesslecture.com said: Excellent lecture continues on part one showing black has lot of counter play in this interesting line. Thank you Leonid !

GM Leonid Kritz was born in Moscow, Russia, in 1984. He started playing chess at age of 4, at Spartak Moscow Chess School. Youth World Champion under 16 in 1999, became grandmaster at the age of 19 years in 2003. Participated at FIDE World Cup in 2004, represented Germany at Chess Olympiad 2004, and European Team Championships 2005 and 2007. Co-winner of SPICE Cup 2008.

GM Leonid Kritz was born in Moscow, Russia, in 1984. He started playing chess at age of 4, at Spartak Moscow Chess School. Youth World Champion under 16 in 1999, became grandmaster at the age of 19 years in 2003. Participated at FIDE World Cup in 2004, represented Germany at Chess Olympiad 2004, and European Team Championships 2005 and 2007. Co-winner of SPICE Cup 2008.