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Hi Eugene, I am indebted to you. Although I appreciate that this move is relatively new, it appears quite shakey. I’m suspicious that Qd3 isn’t a good move though, shouldn’t the queen stay on the dark squares? There is no index of the complete games however. As i know shaky means that if something go wrong the line is refuted. But doesn’t White have the plan of playing.
He has represented his beaating on a great many occasions, winning an individual gold medal at the European Team Championship and an individual silver medal at the Olympiad.
The rest is the madness of art. That’s the case for the Benko.
The King’s Indian Defense: Beating the Fianchetto System–Part 1
Maybe he can generate enough activity to hold the balance but this is not what I dream about when I play white. Hello, There is a slightly enigmatic comment on another thread, think about Dortmund, about Aronian almost following Grivas, in game v Svidler in grunfeld.
In each case, he has recommended a line in which he has a wealth of experience, and has played a significant personal role in developing over many years Maybe game is significant because Aronian lost. Beating the Fianchetto Defences.
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But i think that the KID and Benoni fianchehto are stronger! Even the endgame is no bargain for the first player. In some ways this is like a book and a half. I actually looked at Apr 8, 22 min. Bh6, exchange black-square bishops and play on the kingside.
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The King’s Indian Defense: Beating the Fianchetto System – Part 2
I have posted a bibliography on this line, often called The Kavalek System, at my blog where I mention your videos: Rc8 and also I am impressed by how much material the author has managed to squeeze into less than pages, and I have to grudgingly admit that if my opponents were to make use of it they could make life more difficult for me than it already is.
Rxd5 Na6, there just seems to be nothing for white. Nb8 I spent a lot of time on the Gruenfeld section because I really wanted the line to work. Bxf6 typical reaction, not letting the knight to come to e4 and to play for the passive Bf6 Bxf6 There were a few other instances when his analysis failed to convince me especially in the gruenfeld sectionbut perhaps I am just missing something? There is a lot of good material in this book, but my opinion is rapidly turning sour, if only because the assessments seem way off the mark.
Actually, i just played this line yesterday in a tournament game; unfortunately, it didn’t go my way and i lost. Our doubt is our passion and our passion is our task. He has represented his country on a great many occasions, winning an individual gold medal at the European Team Championship and an individual silver medal at the Olympiad.
Given the huge amount of material in this book, it is almost inevitable that there will be some mistakes and some questionable assessments. First of all i play the Benko and i have stydied it deeply and i think Grivas recomendation is quite strong. Paddy God Member Offline The truth will out!
Presumably reffering to this book.
I am still finding my way around the material, beqting I should point out the following: If one cannot immediately see why Grivas prefers White in a certain position, it will probably be very instructive to make a serious analytical effort to find out!
Be6 is a typical move is such Grunfeld positions and of course this should be mentioned by the writter. Your clear and concise style of presentation is a real breath of bearing air. So i think that you should not make quick conclusions about the assessments.
Watch the cluster of Black pawns overwhelm White! My opponent played 9.
Nd2 which isn’t covered in the video. Black faces coordination problems with that knight so maybe Although the computor says it’s good derences white I’d say that black perhaps has the better long term chances, at least in practical play.
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The centre fiancjetto blocked, which makes it somewhat easier for black to proceed with his attack, but white is still pretty solid and has a healthy space advantage.
Be3 in the next video. What do you recommend after White plays Nxd5? Bg5, Ghe recommends 5. Also, I doubt that the Nfd2 business will scare many Benko gambiters. Videos The King’s Indian Defense: Everyone here is invited to join Another great video on the KID from Perelshteyn!
Grivas provides a full and detailed repertoire for White against five important openings: Bf5 when one has to wonder what on earth the white queen is doing on c4. I especially appreciate this one on the Exchange sac line, which I was curious to see in action.