The Chess Openings 101 series of video courses by Chess University, Inc. offers beginner and intermediate players (900-1500 Elo) an easy path for learning chess openings.
This Chess Openings 101: Introduction to the Queen's Indian Defense video course by FM Dalton Perrine provides a complete overview of the Queen's Indian Defense (QID) characterized by the moves: 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 b6.
This four-part video course begins with an overview of the Queen's Indian Defense. Subsequent video lessons cover how to play the Queen's Indian as Black, how to play against the Queen's Indian as White, and must-know tactics and dynamic themes in the Queen's Indian.
The total run time of this video course is 1 hour and 6 minutes.
Take this course if you would like to further improve your opening knowledge and learn the most important concepts in the Queen's Indian Defense from the one and only FM Dalton Perrine!
StartVideo #1 Queen's Indian Defense Overview (17:16)
StartVideo #2 How to Play the Queen's Indian Defense as Black (17:48)
StartVideo #3 How to Play Against the Queen's Indian Defense as White (17:59)
StartVideo #4 Queen's Indian Defense Tactics (13:09)
StartChess Openings 101 Queen's Indian Defense - PGN
FM Dalton Perrine is a well-known online chess coach and Director of Instruction at Chess University, Inc. | ChessUniversity.com. Dalton joined the Chess University team four years ago and became a Primary Instructor in the Prodigy Program in December 2014.
Dalton is also known for teaching other Chess University programs including the Cahaba River Chess Club Program and the Bibb Country High School honors chess class. Today, Dalton stands as one of the world's most qualified online chess instructors with vast experience teaching live classes, group lessons, private lessons, and school programs.