• 20 months ago


    I really think it is an opening that can be played from beginner till 2200 rated player!!

  • 2 years ago


    Not the hottest of opening but a very practical choice. Nice lesson, Tiger!

  • 3 years ago


    Money Mouth I want to have fun with this opening. It seems ok except for way to mucho theory over there, Lilov.

  • 3 years ago


    I don't really like playing against the King's Indian Defense, but still I like your video. 

    Anway, I might be gradutating from I just felt like doing that.
  • 3 years ago


    Are there any Grandmasters who employ this opening regularly?

  • 3 years ago


    mihail tal played 3. Bf5

  • 3 years ago


    It's a good video. However, I understood why some vbegginers might find it a bit confusing or useless. 


  • 3 years ago


    Thx for the video, a solid introduction for beginners like my self, without going too deep into middle and end games. I can try out some of the lines and get a good idea of the territory I'll be moving into......My experience so far is that by learning some ideas and technique early on ie, openings I get either a good momentum into the game or know when to be patient.

  • 3 years ago


    Interesting video. A repertoire for black of old indian/king's Indian again st d4 would be interesting.

  • 3 years ago


    I kind of agree with lethal_banzai, but I think this about all the videos I've seen. They either take too much for granted, show you a bunch of stuff that can't possibly mean much to you, or get so weedy that they're completely useless (certainly to the low-rated player). Not to mention BORING! I get more out of a five-minute video by MatoJelic on Youtube and – this is the big thing - when I've finished watching it I feel as though chess were a really interesting game and that I'd like to play it more and I'd like to watch more videos by the guy that made that one. On here, I sense two things every time: 1) people are getting paid to make videos, 2) must keep a steady stream of videos coming. I suppose there's no way around it, but it's a recipe for dullness. 

  • 3 years ago


    what a waste of time , just hushing up some variations , while telling you what moves you will eventually be playing without any explanations or ideas.

    these so called series only serve to polute beginning chessplayers with the general misconception of the importance of openings.

  • 3 years ago


    I'm a big fan of the Indian defences, although I don't play this particular one it was a good video to watch.

  • 3 years ago

    IM JohanSalomon

    Intresting opening. Do you suggest it for 2100+ lvl 

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