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Learning The Nimzo-Indian Defense
So you want to learn how to play the Nimzo-Indian Defense. Perhaps you might try a few different things…
The solution? Team Vote Chess! It's convenient, it’s informative, it's cheap and, most importantly, it works. Each team Vote Chess game is a classroom and our opponents are the teachers. They provide us with the questions and together we strive to find the answers. Two minds are greater than one, but several minds are greater than just two. We are all classmates. We are not competing with each other. We’re cooperating with each other. In many cases voting is not much more than a formality, except when there is more than one good idea and we can't agree which way to go. Then it's an actual election and the votes decide. However, voting is not nearly as important as the actual discussion, where the real learning is done.
The Nimzo-Indian Ninjas (and other groups dedicated to specific openings) exists for the sole purpose of learning, studying, and teaching the Nimzo-Indian Defense. We are not playing team Vote Chess to prove the Nimzo-Indian Ninjas are the best team (although we might be). We are not doing this to prove the Nimzo-Indian Defense is the best opening (although it might be). We play team Vote Chess because it provides us with the opportunity to learn, study, and teach each other the Nimzo-Indian Defense.
So please join the class, participate, contribute, and learn.
Our dojo welcomes all those interested in exploring the Light and Dark sides of the Nimzo-Indian Defense (1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4).
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