The Bogo-Indian Defense – named for Efim Bogoljubow – develops the kingside quickly and seeks to fight for central squares in a less-direct manner, not using. E11 – Bogo-Indian defence: 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 Bb4+. Search the chess games database, download games, view frequent practitioners and browse the. Finally, we reached the main line in Bogo-Indian defense. After 12 fxe6 0 we are reaching one of the most important tabiyas in Bogo – Indian defence.

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I guess he didn’t like having a draw, so he only played the white side thereafter. Topalov was not in his best form and soon he lost all his advantage and managed to lose in the end. Qc2 Rfc8 followed by d7-d5 or c7-c5according to circumstances. Finally, we reached the main line in Bogo-Indian defense.

Bogo-Indian Defence

Boho says a lot about the flexibility of this defense if players as varied as Ulf Andersson and Viktor Korchnoi are attracted to it. It sits now on d2 where it is somewhat passively placed and it blocks the bishop on c1. The drawback of 4. Articles with short description. If you already have an account, you should login now.


White really never got any chance in this game. Instead it looks like the knight goes to d2. This is the common position. Bb4 White has much more options. The Queen Side Majority.

Classical Repertoire Against Bogo – Indian Defence

If you want a solid, easy to learn defence – and are not greatly ambitious – then the Bogo fits the bill! However Black can play By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Could someone explain to me, what is the advantage of defemce Bogo over the Old Indian, where you get the same pawn structure without having to learn the Nimzo as well? Nbd2 – is an option, where White aims to push black’s bishop by a2-a3 and, either forcing the bishop to retreat, or to swap bishop for a knight, which would yield White a pair of bishops.

This is probably the most serious alternative to the main line 4…Qe7.

After the moves 6. No personal attacks against other members. For the White players, who prefer the Nimzo, I suggest to start with 3.

Qe7 which defends the bishop. The author proves that 11…Nd8 is playable, but White easily achieved a better game, by pushing c4-c5 in an appropriate moment.


Dedence also makes room for the queen at e7. There are 2 clues unsolved right now on the Holiday Contest Clues Page! In this position Postny claims an advantage for White after two moves 8. White should continue with 5. Black’s most common moves now are Rxc3 we reached a first crossroad for Black — the knight can go to b8 and d8. When you carefully study the database you can try to solve the test positions!

P F Johner vs Gruenfeld. As always Evgeny managed to propose us a very interesting continuation against this nasty line. This move was tried several times by Magnus Carlsen and definitely deserves serious attention.

This opening gives rise to the Monticelli Trap. The line is a long-time indiaj of Swedish grandmaster Ulf Andersson, and he has become famous for his immense number of draws in this line.