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ROMAN'S LAB - VOLUME 112 - Significant Changes is Some Critical Positions of the Nimzo-Indian

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Hosted by: Grandmaster Roman Dzinzichashvili
Running Time: 1 Hour 48 Minutes

On this new chess DVD Roman brings you the latest theoretical novelties in the Nimzo-Indian chess opening. Based on chess games played in the last 12-18 months between top Grandmasters, Roman explains many new ideas and surprise reversals of previous chess opening theory - evaluations that no longer apply! A very instructive chess DVD for any player looking to tackle this solid chess opening.

Significant changes in critical positions of Nimzo-Indian. Evaluations reversed and fresh ideas presented, based on recent chess games, offering an easy approach to Nimzo-Indian never published before now.

Learn Chess from Grandmaster Roman Dzindzichashvili:

  • Former two time U.S. Champion & Russian Champion
  • World Open Winner, Writer & Teacher
  • Former Chess Coach & Trainer for World Champions Gary Kasparov & Anatoly Karpov

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Popular Collections Roman's Lab
Runtime 108 Minutes
Region Lock None - Playable Anywhere
Hardware Requirements Standard DVD Player
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ROMAN'S LAB - VOLUME 112 - Significant Changes is Some Critical Positions of the Nimzo-Indian