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Re: Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation Books
Reply #8 - 09/28/20 at 07:55:42
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Pavlovic's move order is 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6, so he doesn't cover this option (although you may want someone else to confirm, given my recent record with quoting from tables of contents...).

1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4 is covered in the recent Ragozin books by Pert and Cornette, and they both make a very good case for it.
  
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Re: Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation Books
Reply #7 - 09/27/20 at 23:38:52
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Does Milos Pavlovic's book, The Modernized Nimzo-Queens Gambit Declined Systems, cover 1d4 d5 2c4 e6 3Nc3 Bb4? I learned a long time ago that should not play this way. It was taboo. However, opening statistics on this position are OK.
  
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Re: Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation Books
Reply #6 - 09/19/20 at 21:08:06
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grandpatzer wrote on 09/18/20 at 19:53:49:
Are there any fairly recent good repertoire books from Black's point of view, advocating the Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation vs. Rubinstein's 4.e3? Thank you.


Milos Pavlovic has some coverage of the Huebner Variation in his 2018 book The Modernized Nimzo-Queens Gambit Declined Systems...

He covers the lines 1 d4 Nf6, 2 c4 e6, 3 Nc3 Bb4, 4 e3 c5, 5 Bd3 Nc6, 6 Nf3 Bxc3, 7 bxc3 d6 and now

8 e4 e5 9, h3.

8e4 e5 9 d5 Ne7 with 10 Nh4, 10 0-0, 10 Nd2 and 10 Rb1.

8 Nd2 e5, 9 0-0 0-0 with  10 Nb3 , 10 Ne4, 10 Rb1 10 Re1, and 10 d5.

8 0-0 e5, 9 Ng5   

With regard to Nge2 he covers two move orders ;

5 Bd3 c5 6 Nge2 cxd4 and

5 Nge2 cxd4, 6 exd4 d5 with both 7 c5 and 7 a3.

He also gives a short chapter on 5....d5 following 5 Nge2.
  
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Re: Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation Books
Reply #5 - 09/19/20 at 12:09:03
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Fllg wrote on 09/19/20 at 06:49:52:
Huebner himself usually choose do delay castling and played 4.e3 c5 5.Bd3 Nc6 6.Nf3 Bxc3+ 7.bxc3 d6 8.0-0 e5.

That was before the strength of 5.Nge2 was recognizd. His last game with this move order is from 1982 against Gligoric.
  

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Re: Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation Books
Reply #4 - 09/19/20 at 09:33:38
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I'm not a specialist here in any way so I've no idea if theory's changed over the last five years (which I both doubt and doubt the real relevance of), but what I can say is -- I don't play the Nimzo, but I bought this book anyway because I was so impressed by the online sample, and my admiration hasn't diminished!
  
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Re: Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation Books
Reply #3 - 09/19/20 at 06:49:52
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Sielecki did a good job covering 4.e3 0-0 5.Bd3 c5 6.Nf3 Bxc3+ 7.bxc3 d6 8.0-0 Nc6 followed by ...e5, but Huebner himself usually choose do delay castling and played 4.e3 c5 5.Bd3 Nc6 6.Nf3 Bxc3+ 7.bxc3 d6 8.0-0 e5.

This may or may not transpose to Sielecki´s coverage.
  
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Re: Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation Books
Reply #2 - 09/18/20 at 23:04:25
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Opening Repertoire: The Nimzo and Bogo Indians by Sielecki.  I haven't read it so can't comment on the quality.
  
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Re: Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation Books
Reply #1 - 09/18/20 at 23:03:47
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Nimzo and Bogo Indian (Christof Sielecki, Everyman Chess 2015) presents a well-thought-out repertoire that the author describes as based around 'a strategy focused on placing the pawns on dark squares, like c5, d6 and e5'. There's a chapter of nearly 60 pages in this on the Hubner Variation.
  
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Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation Books
09/18/20 at 19:53:49
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Are there any fairly recent good repertoire books from Black's point of view, advocating the Nimzo-Indian Huebner Variation vs. Rubinstein's 4.e3? Thank you.
  
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