Book review: Winning with the
Nimzo-Indian by Raymond Keene. Batsford. 1991, 79+xv.
I think I've bought my last book by Keene. The title that
has prompted this decision is the subject of this review. It
exemplified perfectly Phil Crocker's criticism of chess publishing
in Kingpin No.22, to which Batsford, for some
reason, felt the need to respond in No.23. As I remember, Phil's
main gripes were: