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Re: Old Indian, classical setup
Reply #2 - 10/16/16 at 20:01:42
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Thank you very much!
I took a look and it was an interesting book. Unortunately, I am not very sold on this defense yet.
  
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Re: Old Indian, classical setup
Reply #1 - 10/08/16 at 15:21:24
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There is one by Junior Tay called ´The Old Indian: Move by Move´ published by Everyman which covers the setup you are looking for.
  
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Old Indian, classical setup
10/08/16 at 14:55:02
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Hi, my apologies is this is not the right forum for this opening. Is there good book on the Old Indian with the classical setup (Nbd7, Be7,etc.), that is to say without ...e4 or ...Bf5? As an e4 e5 player, I find this defense quite interesting, solid, often resembling a Closed Ruy Lopez (after d5 cxd5).
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