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 This is the most comprehensive 3 part DVD series ever produced on the Dzindzi Indian- designed to give Black an easy-to-learn yet powerfull and incredibly effective weapon which scores a remarkable 57% for Black. GM Ron Henley plays this opening on a regular basis for Black and combines his own ideas with

GM Roman Dzindzichashvili (the creator of the Dzinzi Indian).

GM Ron Henley will give you example games on each variations as well as theory, also after each chapter he will recap  all the ideas covered.

Making it easy for you to rembember the material presented.

This will give you the knowledge to play the Dzindzi Indian Immediately!!

DZINDZI INDIAN DVDS
TABLE OF CONTENTSVolume I
6.e3 - The PASSIVE APPROACH
6.g3 - KINGSIDE FIANCHETTO
6.f3 - PREPARING E4


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Volume II

6.e4 THE BIG THEORETICAL CHALLENGE

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Volume III1.d4 g6 2.c4

DZINDZI INDIAN AVOIDED

Why I love the DZINDZI INDIAN
KING HUNT
RH game w Qxe3!! Ends w Kg7 and h6 mate!

Biggest single problem with DZINDZI INDIAN?
Answer- “They don’t allow it!!”
2.e4
Gurgendidze System with 3…c6
Amateur – GM Ron W Henley
Master-GM Ron W Henley
Gurgendidze 3…c6 wo 4.f4
Amateur – Sailor
Student-GM R W Henley

Reference – Foxy DVD #76 – Hippotamus – FOXY DVD, IM Andrew Martin
Junge-Spassky, Bundesliga 1981 0-1 (44)
Ardiayansiah-Larsen, Seigen Ol 1970, 0-1 (41)

2.Nf3, 3 Bf4 – COLLE ATTACK
Amateur – Sailor, ICC 2011 - G15, 0-1 (38)

2.Bg5 Q PAWN-BISHOP ATTACK
IM Slobodan Kovacevic 2400 – IM Oscar De La Riva Aguado 2480 0-1 (41) to move 18
GM Maxim Dlugy – GM Roland Smaltz, ICC World Blitz CH 1999 0-1 (49) to move 8

DZINDZI INDIAN DECLINED
4.dxc5 TRIPLED PAWNS
4...Bxc3+ 5.bxc3 Qa5
Nicolas Faure – Bastian Besson, France 2005, 0-1 (36)
4…Na6
GM Darcy Lima – GM Dmitry Gurevich, 0-1 ( 31) !!!
Notes- Gliksman-GM Matulovic, Yugoslavia 1974 0-1 (50) to Move 15


4.e3 The PASSIVE APPROACH
GM Ventislov Inkiov – Eighth World Champion Mikhail Tal, St Johns 1988 0-1 (47)
GM Arthur Bisguier-Eleventh World Champion Anatoly Karpov, Skopje Ol 1972 0-1 (32)


4.Nf3 The POSITIONAL APPROACH
4...cxd4 5.Nxd4 Nc6
GM Evgeny Bareev – GM Alexander Huzman, Israel Rapid Play, 2000, 0-1 (44)


4.Be3 The AWKWARD B DEVELOPMENT
Theory & Antidote
Zahorsky-Varga, Germany 2005 1-0 (72)

Preparing g4 6.h3; NM Daniel Shapiro – GM Roman Dzindzihasvili, Alburt-Vigorito The g4 GAMBIT 6.g4; Williams – GM David Norwood 1998 0-1 (26) The D-PAWN PUSH 6.d6; Manley Christian – Benjamin Skjoldan, Denmark 2003 The A-PAWN PUSH 6A4 Kapoztas-Dobos, 0-1 (29)

The "Normal" KN Development 6.Nf3;
IM Posible Pierde – NM Ron Wilkins, ICC 2011
Candidate Master-NM Ronald J. Wilkins, ICC 2011 0-1 (35) Smothered mate
Amateur-Sailor, ICC G15 December 2010
The "Clever" Knight Development 6.Nh3;

BISHOP DEVELOPMENT 6.Bf4 (6.Bg5)

Schuster-Siebrecht, 0-1 (45) to move 25
Salvijus Bercys – Gediminas Sarakauskas, Russia 2002 0-1 (49) to Move 27

QUEEN DEVELOPMENT

6.Qc2; 6.Qd3, 6Qb3
· Will almost always transpose to other variations depending on how white sets up the rest of his pieces and pawns. Black will follow his normal plan of development.

6.Qc2 – Amateur – IGM Ron W Henley, 0-1 (19)

6.Qa4

INTRO & Amateur – GM Ron W Henley, 0-1 (16)
Olivier De Marchi – GM Andrei Istratescu, France 2007, 0-1 (37) To move 13
Marcin Szymanski-GM Alexander Rustemov, Poland 2000, 0-1(83) Move 13

H-File Action 6.h4;
White COMBINES E4 & H4- 6.e4 fxe4 7.h4
6H4 Full Intro
H-File Action
6.h4And
White COMBINES E4 & H4
6.e4 fxe4 7.h41) Cherdantsev–Tsechkovsky, Russia 2002, 0-1 (26)2) Dorfons – Shavaladze, Russia 2006, 0-1 (34)3) Sadawasser-Wipperman, Holland 2002, 0-1(20)4) Astengo – Mrdja, Italy 2005, 0-1 (22) 5) Kahn -Maximilian Tyrtania, 0-1 21 !!! 6) IM – GM Ron W. Henley, USA 2007, 0-1 (41)7) NM Alvarez- GM Ron W Henley, Space Coast Open 20118) Nagar – NM Ron Wilkins, ICC 2011 (0-1 ( 30) Rg8 10.Ng5 9) NM – GM Ron W. Henley, USA 2007, 0-1 (28) Rg8 6e4 7h4 10 Qa4 Qc7!?10) NM – GM Ron W. Henley, USA 2007, 0-1 (24) Rg8 6 e4 7h4 10 Bg5 11) FIDE MASTER – GM Ron W. Henley, 01 31, 6 e4 7 h4 Rg8 10 Nh3?!

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INTRODUCTION

Crushing White: The DZINDZI INDIAN!  is designed to give you an easy- to- learn yet  powerful and incredibly effective weapon that you can employ with Black as early as move five (!) against  “Queen’s Pawn” players.

At the 1998 US Amateur Team Championships in Somerset New Jersey next to me on Board One was the Twelfth World Champion Anatoly Karpov.  Imagine mine and Anatoly’s surprise when a USCF Rated 1900 player whipped out the DZINDZI INDIAN against Karpov!  It was an absolutely great choice as it was one of the few openings Anatoly did not have worked out or much experience in. Being a true Champion, Karpov went into a deep think and then proceeded to  win a very tough double edged game.

A few days later over breakfast, Grandmaster Roman Dzindzichashvili and I were discussing the game. Roman demonstrated how Black could have held the position and even achieved excellent counterplay.

Win With Black!

I find the DZINDI INDIAN! is an amazing opening for a number of reasons. It is one of the very few openings in chess where tournament  results actually favor Black! This is not a skewed perception based on my own experiences and preferences, but is grounded in statistical fact. In the CHESSBASE 2010 MEGA DATABASE of 4.5 million games, there are 919  tournament games featuring the DZINDZI INDIAN. The CHESSBASE STATISTICS show that BLACK SCORED an amazing 57.5%  in the available games! .

The DZINDZI INDIAN Is Powerful!

While the above mentioned Chessbase statistics are already hugely in Black’s favor, they are based on games primarily of talented young players from candidate master level and higher. If you take an  opening that performs so heroicly at those levels and employ it at the club level – well as you can imagine – the results can be simply devastating!

Part of the effectiveness of the DZINDZI INDIAN in practical play, is that Queen Pawn players face it far less often than the more popular defenses. Therefore they are faced with the “double whammy” of a powerful psychological impact combined with being thrown on their