King's Indian Defense

vukdamjanovic123
vukdamjanovic123
Feb 27, 2018, 11:42 AM |
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King Indian Defense goes like this d4 nf6 c4 g6 sc3 bg7 e4 d6 nf3 0-0 this is the normal position but white can play other moves like d4 nf4 c4 g6 nf3 after that g3.

This is the game that was played in 2014 by Magnus Carlsen and Boris Gelfand

 

                                                     Magnus Carlsen  vs  Boris Gelfand

 

1.c4g62.d4Nf63.Nf3Bg74.g3c65.Bg2d56.Qa4O-O7.O-ONfd78.Qc2Nf69.Bf4Bf510.Qb3Qb611.Nbd2Ne412.e3Qxb313.axb3Na614.cxd5cxd515.g4Bxg416.Nxe4dxe417.Nd2f518.f3e519.dxe5exf320.Nxf3Rae821.Ra5Nb422.Nd4b623.Rxa7Bxe524.Bh6Rf625.h3Bh526.Nc2g527.Bxg5Rg628.Rxf5h629.Bxh6Rxh630.Nxb4Bxb231.Nd5Kh832.Rb7Bd133.b4Rg834.Ne7Rd835.Be4Bf636.Rxb6Kg737.Rf21-0

 

In this game Magnus came to King s Indian from 1.c4 .

Because his idea is to play g3 and Bg2.

 

7.Nfd7!?  Interesting move his idea is to play nb6 and to take pawn on c4 cause of that white gets tempo in move qc2 but now black goes back to f6 and his next move is Bf5.

if white on Nfd7 play Qd1 then play would just go Nf6.

 

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