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Re: New Nimzo/Bogo-Indian Repertoire book
Reply #9 - 03/05/13 at 02:05:52
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LostTactic wrote on 03/05/13 at 00:45:01:
Chessexplained wrote on 03/04/13 at 12:08:02:
Yes, it's for Everyman Chess and I have not yet decided on a title. The usual "Win with...", "Play the..." I'd like to avoid, but something good didn't yet come to mind. I am focused on the content at the moment anyway, the title can be determined any time.


The Nimzo & Bogo-Indian vs d4 or something like that is best imo. You want Nimzo and Bogo in the title somewhere so it comes up in searches. Basically make it as easy as possible for people to find and buy, common sense really, but you'd be surprised how many writers get this simple thing wrong.

p.s. Play the Nimzo & Bogo as a title, although primitive, is very effective tbh.


Agree, very sensible from LostTactic there.
Up your search hits, up your sales.
'The Nimzo Indian and Bogo Indian: A repertoire for black' or something.
About time a good book was out on the Bogo. The last decent one I saw was by Shaun Taulbut about 25 years ago. Work hard, good luck.
  
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Re: New Nimzo/Bogo-Indian Repertoire book
Reply #8 - 03/05/13 at 00:45:01
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Chessexplained wrote on 03/04/13 at 12:08:02:
Yes, it's for Everyman Chess and I have not yet decided on a title. The usual "Win with...", "Play the..." I'd like to avoid, but something good didn't yet come to mind. I am focused on the content at the moment anyway, the title can be determined any time.


The Nimzo & Bogo-Indian vs d4 or something like that is best imo. You want Nimzo and Bogo in the title somewhere so it comes up in searches. Basically make it as easy as possible for people to find and buy, common sense really, but you'd be surprised how many writers get this simple thing wrong.

p.s. Play the Nimzo & Bogo as a title, although primitive, is very effective tbh.
  
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Re: New Nimzo/Bogo-Indian Repertoire book
Reply #7 - 03/04/13 at 23:40:27
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I on the other hand would be more inclined towards something like, A(nother) Pretty Decent Repertoire for Black.
  
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Re: New Nimzo/Bogo-Indian Repertoire book
Reply #6 - 03/04/13 at 23:10:16
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I would buy a book called Black to Play and Kick Ass, regardless of the content. 

Or maybe as part of a series, Kick-Ass Chess: The Bogo Indian.

Something to consider.
  
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Re: New Nimzo/Bogo-Indian Repertoire book
Reply #5 - 03/04/13 at 20:29:33
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A Nimzoboggling opening repertoire

B O G O- & Nimzoindian
u n  e n
y e  t  e

f  r  e e

Above are my not so serious book title suggestions. In any case, interesting to here that finally someone other than Dzindi writes about the bogo-indian (that previously planned Makarov book by chess-stars seems to be cancelled now). It certainly seems like a nice opening to be able to recommend (if it holds up analytically) given that a lot of lines reward idea knowledge and can be structurally very similar to certain Nimzo lines (e.g. 4.Bd2 Qe7 5.g3 Nc6 being very similar to the Zurich Variation 4.Qc2 Nc6 in the Nimzo).
  
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Re: New Nimzo/Bogo-Indian Repertoire book
Reply #4 - 03/04/13 at 20:10:13
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How about "Making White Miserable with the NimBo Defense!"  Just kidding...  Wink
  
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Re: New Nimzo/Bogo-Indian Repertoire book
Reply #3 - 03/04/13 at 19:41:27
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We can make a poll if you wish..  Smiley
Some options can be:
- How to play Nimzo/Bogo-Indian, Everyman's repertoire for...
- Everyman's Nimzo/Bogo-Indian repertoire
- Everyman Chess' Nimzo/Bogo-Indian repertoire
or even a new series
- Everyman's Best Openings: Nimzo/Bogo-Indian repertoire
Wink
  
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Re: New Nimzo/Bogo-Indian Repertoire book
Reply #2 - 03/04/13 at 12:08:02
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Yes, it's for Everyman Chess and I have not yet decided on a title. The usual "Win with...", "Play the..." I'd like to avoid, but something good didn't yet come to mind. I am focused on the content at the moment anyway, the title can be determined any time.
  
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Re: New Nimzo/Bogo-Indian Repertoire book
Reply #1 - 03/04/13 at 11:54:08
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Just saw this, but he doesn't have a title yet and didn't mention a publisher...
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New Nimzo/Bogo-Indian Repertoire book
03/03/13 at 21:25:54
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBqNwiS5fAM

It's scheduled for Autumn and being made by German IM Christof Sielecki. He's been doing the excellent chess youtube channel for number of years now under account name: ChessExplained. Publisher is Everyman chess.
  
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