Blitz Adventure #14: Nimzo-Larsen Mini Attack

This game ended in 18 moves and demonstrates the weakness of the Fianchetto Bishop and the power of the h pawn push in destabilizing the opponents defenses. It starts with a pure modern opening, that is with no direct control of the center from White while I play the classic direct control over the center of the board.

A typical idea for White is to play something like d4 breaking the center open with the help of the b2 Bishop, e4 Knight and d1 Queen behind it. My opponent wasted a move with Castling and it allowed me to play e4 myself locking d4 out and keeping the center quiet while I operated on the King side flank.

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Nimzo-Larsen Mini Attack
1. b3 e5 2. Bb2 Nc6 3. g3 d5 4. Bg2 Nf6 5. e3 Be6 6. Ne2

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