By Joe Gallagher
King's Indian chess avid gamers experience do-or-die strategies, yet now not each opponent desires to cooperate. a few are looking to bore the pants off you with the alternate edition, or the London method. Others opt for your throat with the 4 Pawns assault, whereas a few easily confuse you with the Trompowsky. Take center, for GM Gallagher has supplied you with all you want to be aware of.
This e-book offers an entire repertoire for King's Indian gamers opposed to all of White's makes an attempt to prevent the most strains. It indicates the way to defuse attacking platforms resembling the 4 Pawns, and provides you a whole repertoire opposed to the Averbakh and h3 structures. It additionally bargains competitive strains opposed to the trade diversifications, and steered psychology opposed to unambitious opponents.
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PxB llustration Up Lo now, we have seenonly pos;rional gamesby Capablanca even though the last €nded in a King's side attack. So-called "attacking games," in which a player goes,more or lcssrhkily, lor an attack from th€ very opening not in Capablanca's line. ) QK2 Black rcsigns,for he ;s mated in tvo movcs. This game too is most typical of Capablanca, for it shows how, even when conducting a King's side attack, he insistson getting a dddr position. 9l it, thc lollowing examPlc roo, it thc occasiondemands K-Kt3 Q Kt5 There is nothing better.
P qKta, ? qR4l ,5. PxP, qxRP; winnn,g either the QRP o. ihe qBP; (r) ,4. 5. P-Kt5, Kt 85; 26. KrxKt, RxKt; 27. j winning the QP; 25 . . ) ,4. 5. R(Kt2) Ktr, ? 83; 26. Kt Kt4 (16. Kt-q3, R x P I 2 7 . R x R , q x q P c h , e t c . ) ;e 6 . . P K 4 ; a g a i n rvindng the qP. Capablancais no combinative player, but operations like this "executive" combinations (in which an already existing positional advantage is exploitcd in the most mathematical way)--are his speciality. 24. Iit-q3 MEET TI]E I\trASTERS JOSE RAOUI, CAPABLANCA Y CRNUPERA Bogolyubov realizeshe must losc a Parvn and gives up all idea of cutting across his oPPonentt plans.
Changesonly aftcr having lost a move through 4. B-R4. At first sight this appears very illogical, but in rcality it is basedon a well-consideredplan. In the sychange variation(4. xB) s. P Q4, PxP; 6. (2xP qxq; consideredthe strongestcontinua?. Ktxqis tion: but this is not to Flohr's taste, because the position is too opcn, and becauseBlack is left with the tv/o Bishopsfor Bishop and Knight. This latter is a factor on which Flohr sets a very high valuation he would rather play thc exchange variation (that is to say, the normal line 4.
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