Attacking Chess: King's Indian, Volume 2 by David Vigorito

By David Vigorito

The King's Indian continues to be a highly well known beginning in any respect degrees of chess - unsurprising given the attacking possibilities it deals. in lots of of the ultra-sharp major strains, each side can struggle for the initiative. White often wins the queenside conflict yet this frequently seems to be a Pyrrhic victory as Black wins the warfare by way of checkmating at the kingside! Black is searching the enemy king and this provides him a mental part in functional play. the following David Vigorito provides an competitive repertoire for Black in keeping with the most traces. Vigorito is popular for his cognizance to aspect and creativity, and his repertoire is filled with leading edge rules. What's extra, his lucid factors of the major plans and strategies will gain all avid gamers. quantity 2 of his paintings bargains with the 4 Pawns assault, the Fianchetto version, the Averbakh edition and lots of different traces. Attacking Chess is a chain of beginning repertoire books which concentrate on conventional attacking openings, in addition to inventive and forceful how you can play openings that aren't constantly linked to attacking chess. It presents formidable repertoires designed for gamers of all degrees. *A King's Indian repertoire for Black *Packed with unique rules and demanding research *Written via a amazing beginning specialist

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Tli'd7!. c6 also looks promising. xb2! xe4 21 lt:Jxe4 which transposes to the note to his 19th move, above. Worse, however, is 20 .. tt:lf6 24 �c3 tt:le4?! b2 27 'ii'a4 'it>f8 28 tt:lfl when White should keep some advantage ac­ cording to Kasparov. Roiz-Shavtvaladze, Oropesa 1998. 'ii'g S+ 26 'it>hl tt:lf4 is also very strong. l:te8. l:lab1 Black clearly has excellent compen­ sation for the exchange. The d5-pawn is 29 A ttacking Chess: Th e King 's In dian, Vol u m e 2 White shores up his b2-bishop and may even retreat it to a1, but this move looks too slow.

Kuprei­ chik, USSR Championship, Vilnius 1980. b4 21 tt:lc5 lt:'ld3 when the coming exchanges will leave Black with a useless extra pawn and a likely draw. e3 tt:lc4! txc3! Acs, Tripoli 2004. c2 c4 19 l:te2 l:Ixf4! Byrne, London 1991. d7! c6 when White's a-pawn is too dangerous) 24 bxa4 lt:'lxf4 25 �e3 c3 gives Black enough compensation for the exchange. :te8 25 tt:le4 lt:'lxg2 26 tt:ld6 tt:lf4! Gleizerov, USSR 1986. 16 tt:la4 lL'lb6 17 lt:'lxb6 Instead 17 lLlc5?! is natural but not very good: 17 ...

Protects the e7-pawn while maintaining the pressure on b2. Then 22 l:le1 c4! gives Black counterplay against f2. tg2 d6 6 o-o lLlc6 7 lt:lc3 a6 8 h3 In this chapter we look at lines with 8 h3 where both sides vary from the varia­ tions in the previous chapter. l:tb8 The main move. The critical 9 e4 was considered in the last chapter, so here we look at White's alternatives. te3 Other moves are rather uncommon: a) 9 a4 is never dangerous, as White weakens both the b4- and b3-squares. After 9 ...

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