The King's Indian Attack leads to rich middle game positions that are full of dynamic possibilities for both sides. In this easy-to-use guide, Kings Indian Attack expert John Emms goes back to basics, studying the fundamental principles of the King's Indian Attack and its numerous lines. Throughout the book there are an abundance of notes, tips.
If you play the King's Indian Defense against 1.d4, and if you are not a chess professional who has time to study the latest novelties on move 20 of the main-line Najdorf or the Smyslov variation of the Slav, the King's Indian Attack is, in my opinon, an excellent choice for an opening repertoire for White.
How to Play the King's Indian Attack by Eric Schiller, June 1990, Chess Enterprises edition, Paperback in English.
Knowing the King's Indian is a Must. I don't play the King's Indian, and I'm not sure if I will play it in the future. So why did I get this DVD? Because in the last fifty years or so the greatest battles of the greatest chess players have been fought around this opening. Thus, the road to mastery is clear: knowing the King's Indian is a must!
Very subtle. Fischer was more straightforward: like my erstwhile teammate, he played e4 on move one. (No, really, he did.) He actually played the King's Indian Attack in his very first US Championship game in 1957 and he still thought enough of it a decade on to roll it out against - amongst others - Ivkov in 1966, and both Panno and Hubner in 1970.. Though quite likely the 1967 demolition of.
The King's Indian Attack Notes on a Lecture by FM Steve Stoyko The great thing about an opening like the King's Indian Attack as White is that it is more about piece placement and positional motifs than it is about specific book lines. Every piece has its best square -- except the dark-squared Bishop. As FM Steve Stoyko pointed out in discussing these games, the successful development of White.
The King's Indian Attack is an ideally flexible opening for club players and tournament players alike, leading to dynamically unbalanced positions without requiring a vast knowledge of theoretical variations. The book gives the regular opening choice of World Champions Bobby Fischer, Mikhail Botvinnik, Vasily Smyslov, and numerous other Grandmasters plus a full explanation of the plans for.
A free taste of the key ideas in The King's Indian Attack with 1.e4, presented by FM Plichta, to get you playing Bobby Fischer's favorite set-up in n.