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D05 ECO index

Ronen’s Chess week - Episode 38
Vidit, Abdusattorov, Wei Yi, Giri, Warmerdam
E51, D05, A13 Nimzo-Indian; 4.e3 0-0 5.Nf3 d5, Queen's Pawn Game: Zukertort Variation (including Colle System), English Opening: 1...e6
GM Misa Pap - Strategic Planning in Chess - Vd4: Hanging Pawns - Attack
Nimzowitsch, Tarrasch, Dus Chotimirsky, Razuvaev, Farago, Vaisser, Meduna, Kortschnoj, Karpov
D05, D40, D41, D42, D58 Queen's Pawn Game, QGD; Semi-Tarrasch Defence, QGD; Semi-Tarrasch - 5.cxd5, QGD; Semi-Tarrasch - 7.Bd3, QGD; Tartakower System
GM Joel’s Need to Know Basics - Video 7
Botvinnik, Capablanca, Lerner, Geller, Benjamin, Kortschnoi, Mengarini
D05, E49, D35, E46, C07, B12 Colle system, Nimzo-Indian: 4.e3 - Botvinnik System, QGD, Nimzo-Indian: Reshevsky variation, French: Tarrasch, Caro-Kann
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Typical mistakes in early middlegame - Part 4
Xiong, Shabalov, Kramnik, Giri
B10, D05
FIDE World Championship 2016 - Game 8
D05 Queen's pawn game, Rubinstein (Colle-Zukertort) variation
Improve your chess: Played Well for a While Then Fell Apart
D05 Queen's pawn game