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Thanks for telling this opening-attack is good for beginners. I will give it a good try and study it with care. I started to study THE LONDON SYSTEM, which has some similarities, but this one is more compacted, with more pieces placed at strategic points,more able to defend, it seems.
You're right. This is a nice opening. But, I just want to know has anyone had problems with d5?
Nice opening moves, specially for beginners as it solves the centre complicacy as well.
King's Indian Attack vs d5. Has anyone ever had trouble with playing the King's Indian Attack with this move? It seems initially, there is focus on the e4 square. But the counter center pawn or d5, seems to change the Opening System enough to keep it from being a familiar position.
On move 11. Qc3 ...why did black not follow with NxQ?
Not always. I won a tournement game yesterday at the Peoria Academy Finals with it
By looking at white's board position, it seems that the king is defended well in an aggressive matter because his pawn on g3 protects further ahead. Also the bishop protecting the king has a longer attack and defense. He still has the knights to move around quickly and pick pieces or further board development.
DUDE ONE OF THE KING INDIAN DFENCE WHITE MOVE IS GONE WHY ??
mmm... mi tac-lliw, mi tab-lliw, mi ecin dna doog, uoy si doog, Русский учи, ты не молчи, ты русский учи! ммм... я кэт-вилл, я летущая мышь-вилл, я хорошай, и нормальнай, ты нормалный.
duh this openingh attack sucks
very passive... i dont like
Great opening for beginners, as it avoids center complications
It is said the name "Indian" was popularized by Tartakower who saw a game played between two Brahmans with the well known moves Nf6, g6, Bg7, 0-0. When played by White it is called an "Attack" to distinguish it from the "Defense" when Black plays it.
For more look [HERE] - scroll down to "Historical background".
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