Quien quiera jugar la Nimzoindia también debe estar preparado para afrontar la India de Dama o la Bogoindia y la Catalana. Por ese motivo hemos incluido todo el complejo E00-E59 en nuestro “Complete Nimzo-Indian Powerbook 2018”. Se basa, por ejemplo, en 80 000 partidas de la Mega Database y de ajedrez postal, aunque la parte del león corresponde a 565 000 partidas de la sala de máquinas, donde la India de Dama disfruta de mayor popularidad que la Nimzoindia.
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