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Last updated on 11/7/15, 12:21 PM.
very educational, my first time using chessopedia and it's full of useful information!
VERY GOOD OPENING
Really a sharp opening, helped my friends defeat strong FIDE rated players
Kings Indian defense is iffy. Play the attack with white. If you stay with main line, you will yield positive results. If black castles king side, white wins more than fifty percent.
Good enough for Fischer (who used it nearly exclusively versus 1.d4), good enough for me!!!
Good enough for Fischer (who used it almost exclusively versus 1.d4), good enough for me!!!
Can someone tell me which piece (Bishop or Knight) is the Indian in these openings. Is it actually referring to the positioning or use of the Bishop or Knight or does it have nothing to do with either of these?
The Knight is the key factor to King's Indian defense not the Bishop.
this is not true the bishop is the gem and the knight is the cast all aimed to exploit blunders on the queen's side
brilliant opening. wow
mobility is everythingto your pieces
.winningisint everything its the only thing !
good one thank you
probably yhe best one
Good article indeed.
This line is small
The King's Indian Defense is a great opening for black.
Man you refer to your history and tell where does India lie and where does Greece lie, south africa lie,china lie and if you tell me where does A lie and then i will say where does I lie. Its an opening if u want to use it use it otherwise revise your abcd.
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