Sep 3, 2007, 7:27 AM 1
I'm presently looking into the King's Indian Attack (KIA), popularized by Bobby Fischer. It's the King's Indian Defense (KID) except for the color of the pieces. I placed here probably the most famous example of this opening in a game played by Fischer himself in 1967. I think the opening gives you greater control of the pieces and especially it affords more protection for the king. The middle game becomes manageable.