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King's Indian Defense Reversed (or Why Not to Be Hasty)

King's Indian Defense Reversed (or Why Not to Be Hasty)

GIex
Jun 16, 2015, 12:00 AM 0

In this game I chose a KIA setup while Black went for a c5-d5-e5 pawn center. After a calm opening my opponent weakened his king and overlooked an interpolation I had, which gave me a winning position. I simplified, exchanged queens and created pawn weaknesses in Black's camp (isolated a, doubled c, and isolated e pawn, with five pawn islands for him and two for me). Being happy with that and eager to win, I missed a good move for Black, which turned the tables. I resigned shortly thereafter. Here's the game:



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