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Re: Playing 1.d4 The Indian Defences Lars Schandorff
Reply #6 - 09/19/12 at 06:37:06
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gwnn wrote on 09/19/12 at 05:53:26:
He covers 1 d4 d6 2 e4 Nf6 (2 .. g6 3 c4) 3 f3.



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Reply #5 - 09/19/12 at 05:53:26
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He covers 1 d4 d6 2 e4 Nf6 (2 .. g6 3 c4) 3 f3.
  
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Re: Playing 1.d4 The Indian Defences Lars Schandorff
Reply #4 - 09/19/12 at 02:35:52
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kylemeister wrote on 09/19/12 at 02:31:41:
Michael Wilde wrote on 09/19/12 at 02:20:32:
Not sure about the first one, but I think against 1.d4 d6 2.c4 e5 he suggests d5 trasposing to positions in the  Samisch or Old Indain chapters.


That seems a bit wide of the mark since for one thing there is 3...f5 (an old book move).


Not sure will have to check again...just breifly looked through it last night.
  

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Re: Playing 1.d4 The Indian Defences Lars Schandorff
Reply #3 - 09/19/12 at 02:31:41
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Michael Wilde wrote on 09/19/12 at 02:20:32:
Not sure about the first one, but I think against 1.d4 d6 2.c4 e5 he suggests d5 trasposing to positions in the  Samisch or Old Indain chapters.


That seems a bit wide of the mark since for one thing there is 3...f5 (an old book move).
  
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Re: Playing 1.d4 The Indian Defences Lars Schandorff
Reply #2 - 09/19/12 at 02:20:32
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I have it ...
nice lines ... but I just glimpsed over it so far ...

I think 1.d4 f5 Bg5 is a bit weird ...
what does he recommend against d4 d6 c4 f5 ...
also d4 d6 c4 e5 does not seem to be covered


Not sure about the first one, but I think against 1.d4 d6 2.c4 e5 he suggests d5 trasposing to positions in the  Samisch or Old Indain chapters.

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Reply #1 - 09/18/12 at 21:59:12
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I have it ...
nice lines ... but I just glimpsed over it so far ...

I think 1.d4 f5 Bg5 is a bit weird ...
what does he recommend against d4 d6 c4 f5 ...
also d4 d6 c4 e5 does not seem to be covered
  
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Playing 1.d4 The Indian Defences Lars Schandorff
09/18/12 at 06:02:42
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I receiced my copy of Playing 1.d4 Indian Defenses, and I breifly looked through all the chapters and it is very impressive. I was a liitle surprised that in some lines that I thought would be closed were actually open fighting battles very sharp and full of tactics, Some of the Nimzo and Samisch lines look wild... I love it. A good addition to Playing 1.d4 the Queens Gambit.

Anyone else have this book yet? 

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