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    Some general comments:

    In queens pawn openings you don't normally want to play your knight to c6. c5 is a freeing move black needs quite often, so you shouldn't block the pawn. Otherwise you can get very cramped.

    King's Indian is a specific opening, not just anything with a fianchettod bishop. With this pawn structure it's not a King's Indian.

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    Scottrf wrote:

    Some general comments:

    In queens pawn openings you don't normally want to play your knight to c6. c5 is a freeing move black needs quite often, so you shouldn't block the pawn. Otherwise you can get very cramped.

    King's Indian is a specific opening, not just anything with a fianchettod bishop. With this pawn structure it's not a King's Indian.

    Once again Scott thank you for the wonderful feedback.

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