Nimzo-Indian Complete Repertoire for White with GM Davorin Kuljasevic
Do you need a Powerful Weapon for White?
You are at the beginning of a very important game. You’ve got the white pieces.
The Nimzo-Indian is on the board. What’s your game plan?
What if there was an opening system that is strategically sound, generating a lot of play, yet carrying very little risk?
Yet there is a system that can be played against the Nimzo that does exactly that.
In GM Davorin Kuljasevic’s 11-hour Opening Lab on Nimzo-Indian – Complete Repertoire for White, Davorin explains important ideas behind the Classical Nimzo and arms you with a Grandmaster-level opening repertoire that’ll serve you a lifetime.
Once you finish this Opening Lab, you’ll play confidently when your opponent plays the Nimzo.
5 Reasons Why You Should Play The Classical Nimzo with White:
-Total control in the center
-Flexible piece development
-A no-compromise pawn structure
-Leads to strategically very sound positions
-Carries virtually no risk for White
Why learn from Davorin?
GM Kuljasevic has played this opening for over 12 years, holding a stunning record!
21 Wins, 12 Draws and 0 Losses against GM competition! That makes his Nimzo performance rating an insane 2718!!!
Instead of a general “Black moves here, White moves here” approach, Davorin bases your opening preparation on model games.
GM Kuljasevic explains not just the move orders, subtleties, and best variations but most importantly the middlegames, typical pawn structures, piece maneuvers, common piece exchanges, and other strategically important concepts.
He goes the extra mile to make sure you really do get the GM opening preparation by the end of the course.
Nimzo-Indian – Complete Repertoire for White with GM Kuljasevic – video course [11-hours]
Extended PGN files included with this course contain a lot more theory than presented in videos, and GM Kuljasevcic will refer to these during the video lectures.
Access to Practicum
Train the important tactical motifs with a set of specifically designed tasks and challenges. The practical part is an important element of the course for any serious learner.
About the Author:
GM Davorin Kuljasevic (FIDE 2591)
GM Davorin Kuljasevic is a Croatian GM who graduated from Texas Tech University and played in USCL 2007 and 2008 for Dallas Destiny, becoming US champion both years. He is an experienced coach and a winner of many tournaments: Castelfranco Veneto 2014, Split Open 2013, Mitropa Cup 2013 with the team of Croatia, Lubbock Spice Cup Spring 2011, Rijeka Open 2011, etc.