The Nimzo-Larsen Attack: Move by Move (Anglais) Broché – 13 septembre 2013
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The Nimzo-Larsen Attack is an ideal opening choice for players keen to avoid mainline theory but still wanting to set their opponents problems from the outset. In the Nimzo-Larsen, White begins 1 b3 and then develops in hypermodern fashion planning to undermine any central structures Black dares to erect. A key attraction of the Nimzo-Larsen is that White can steer the game into either sharp play or elaborate strategic battles. In this book, International Master Cyrus Lakdawala invites you to join him in examining the many different variations of the Nimzo-Larsen. Lakdawala studies the typical plans and tactics for both sides, offers repertoire options for White, provides answers to all the key questions and tells you everything you need to know about playing the Nimzo-Larsen Attack.
* Essential guidance and training in the Nimzo-Larsen Attack
* Presents a repertoire for White with 1 b3
* Utilizes an ideal approach to chess study
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1. b3 can transpose into a lot of openings (Reti, Zukertort-Colle, Hippo Reversed just naming three) and it has numerous independent lines according to how Black develops early in the game. This can be both a blessing and a curse for White. If you are one-up on your opponent that's good - but there are so many lines for Black since White's play is not forcing. White also needs to be ready to give up the hypermodern idea and hit the center with c4 and d4 from time to time.
All of Lakdawala's books are excellent. Good analysis, good explanations, fun to read. Still, I long for more standardization of the variations. Tough to accomplish - again without forcing moves and so many transpositions. Move-by-Move concentrates more on strategic and (to a lesser extent) tactical motifs. This may be the only possible approach. White is reminded to not get passive and not to just 'make moves' but find a plan early. Lakdawala also notes White cannot forget his Kingside - it can get badly underdeveloped. Spassky's win as Black against Larsen in this opening is a warning against all those potential errors.
For the serious student I'd read the 1. b3 books in this order (mostly historical):
1) Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack - Keene (1977)
2) Nimzo-Larsen Attack - Tait (2001)
3) Nimzo-Larsen Attack: Move by Move - Lakdawala (2013)
4) Play 1. b3 - Odessky (2008)