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This opening to win 95% for white...coz fully attacking game...no diffence to black...superb opening "Nf3"
it can be vry useful for bullet games........
i play this opening against my teacher in my school chess club this day.i don't that opening but now i know that opening.thank you for your information.
this opening has good advntage for pawn
I think I'm going to try it mostly playing a better player.
@MilitaryQuagmire - There is more than one way to start a KIA. The main KIA objective is to achieve the formation shown on the right.
a) 1.e4, but you can be denied a KIA, for example by 1...d5. You need to be a 1.e4 player prepared for every response.
b) 1.d3 can develop into a KIA.
c) 1.Nf3 as is shown here when it belongs to the Reti family. [LINK] An early c2-c4 is more Reti than KIA.
d) 1.g3 can also be used.
Thanx for giving a beginner that help. King`s Indian Attack!
I usually focus on advancing pawns and then supporting them and usually dislike such openings. While, it does seem messy and disadvantageous in the beginning, it helps you castle quickly and line up powers. I won the first time I used it. Although, I think I prefer Queen's Gambit.
Ya. The kings indian attack looks useful. Im gonna use it more
I don't understand why this opening has so high success rate.
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Hi I'm a fairly new chess player and I cant understand this opening can someone explain it please?
This is a good opening! I was looking for a good opening, and this one is good. Thanks!
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