By David Vigorito
The King’s Indian continues to be a highly well known establishing – unsurprising given the attacking possibilities it deals. in lots of of the ultra-sharp major traces, White wins the queenside conflict yet this usually seems to be a Pyrrhic victory as Black wins the struggle by means of checkmating at the kingside! Black is looking the enemy king and – in functional play – this offers him a mental edge. David Vigorito offers an competitive King’s Indian repertoire for Black in response to the most traces. Vigorito is well known for his establishing services, and his recommended traces are filled with leading edge principles. moreover, his lucid causes of the most important plans and strategies will profit all avid gamers. quantity 2 offers with the 4 Pawns assault, the Fianchetto edition, the Averbakh edition and plenty of different lines. ATTACKING CHESS is a new sequence which specializes in conventional attacking openings, in addition to inventive and competitive how one can play openings that aren't consistently linked to attacking chess. It offers hard-hitting repertoires and beginning guns designed for avid gamers of all levels. * A King’s Indian repertoire for Black * state of the art assurance of the most important lines * choked with new principles and demanding research
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24 ttJb3 (or 24 ttJf3 'ii'e4 with the idea of ... ttJc4) 24 ... xb3 c4. 1Ld4+!? lbac4! e8 23 lbd2 lbb6! Fedorov, Minsk 1996. txf2 23 l:tb1 looks a bit better for White, but 20 ... c4!? is interest ing) 21 'it'xa1 'ii'b6 22 e5?! C4+ 23 'it>h1 ttJf2+ (or 23 ... Shinkevich, Tomsk 1997. 'i�Ve3 would have been very strong. ••• 20 lbe3 This looks best. a7 26 1fc3 ! c3!?. c3!? Vxas c3 31 "ii'a 6! Andrada Andrada, Torrevieja 1997. lzeta seems to like this position for both colours. b) 2S .. Jd2 l:te3 27 'ii'c 2 and: b1) 27 ..
Airapetian, US Championship, San Diego 2006. exd5 15 f4 c5 16 bxc6 t£Jf7 17 f5! Milov, Batumi 1999. 1s 'Llxds exds 16 f4 16 ... xh3 or 18 f5 'ifa5. 'Llf7 18 'Llc6. xh3 19 a7 cxd4 20 axb8'ii' 'ii"xb8 as the e5-knight is im mune. Edelman, New York 1993. 'ii'b6 Janjgava gave this position as un clear. This is true enough, but the onus is still on Black to create enough coun- 60 terplay. White has the bishop-pair (the light-squared bishop is especially strong), while Black has Benko-like counterplay on the queenside and White's king is not completely comfort able.
Xe5! Kotz, Rethymnon 2003. a6!? Zenyuk, Berkeley 2008} 17 ... lib6 18 'i¥a4 (18 a4 'iVa8! lbb8 19 'i¥c4 (worse is 19 lbb5? c6. f4?! a6! the knight is trapped. b4?! xb2 29 'ifg8+ 'iii>h 6 does not lead anywhere) 26 'ii'x es d3 27 ktfd1 d2 28 a4?! Nijboer, Hoogeveen 2010. Munoz Moreno, correspondence 2007) 21 tt:Jc8! xc6 or 21 "it'cs tt:'ld7) 21 ... f4! 'ife7! McShane, German League 2005. b6 the knight remains trapped. xf3 19 'ii'xf3 c6 wins back the piece, but after 20 tt:Jxc6 lbxc6 21 as White's bishop-pair and a pawn gave him the initiative in F.
Attacking Chess: King's Indian, Volume 2 (Everyman Chess) by David Vigorito