New Indian Defense
The New Indian Defense refers to those opening constructions in which
both sides, at least at the first stage of development, refrain from
directly occupying the center. The origin and development of the
debut took place in close connection with the development of the
defense of Nimtsovich. The main New Indian defense options arise
after 1. d4 Kf6 2. c4 eb 3. KJ3 b6. Since White do not threaten
to immediately play e2-e4, Black can proceed with the development
of the queenside. By phanquetting the c8 elephant, they seek to
establish control over the e4 and d5 fields. Something like this
developed in the games of Nimtsovich against Gregory and Bernstein,
played in 1913-1914.
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