The Bogo-Indian Defense is a chess opening characterized by the moves: 1.d4,Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 Bb4.
The Bogo-Indian is a solid and positionally sound opening. It can be used both against weaker opponents (whose positional understanding is lacking) and against strong rivals (because it gives you a very solid position).
What will you learn from this course?
Play the opening like a Grandmaster; win your game even before it begins. The Bogo-Indian Defense is one of RCA’s opening courses series. In this course, you will learn how to use four different variations of the Bogo-Indian defense effectively in your games.
The course contains four lectures by GM Levan Aroshidze, as follows:
- Lecture-1: Variation 3.g3 with 4.Nd2
- Lecture-2: Variation 3.Nf3 with 4.Bd2
- Lecture-3: Variation 3.Nf3 with 4.Nbd2
- Lecture-4: Variation main line
The practical tasks are taken from one of our best opening courses, “The Grandmaster’s Opening Laboratory – 2″. We recommend you to practice all the tasks provided in the course more than once to gain maximum benefit from the course.
1. GM Aroshidze has recorded four video lessons (around 50 minutes in total), explaining the main ideas and variations of the opening.
2. The course contains video lessons (around 50 minutes), comprehensive theory on the opening, and commented and instructive games.
3. The practical part (pgn files) is taken from the course “The Grandmaster’s Openings Laboratory – 2”.