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eBook King's Indian Defence (Contemporary chess openings) download ISBN: 0713403500
Author: etc.,Leonard Barden
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services (March 1969)
Language: English
Pages: 224
ePub: 1139 kb
Fb2: 1965 kb
Rating: 4.7
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The King's Indian Defense is a 'hypermodern' defense, which involves the fianchetto of the black king's-bishop, combined with . Leads to fascinating positions. Black often gets attack against the white king.

The King's Indian Defense is a 'hypermodern' defense, which involves the fianchetto of the black king's-bishop, combined with.

King's Indian Defence (Chess) Hardcover – April 26, 1973. This book is from the classic series, Contemporary Chess Openings, of the late 60s and 70s published by Chess Digest. by. Leonard Barden (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Like most of these books, this one on the KID is a standout.

ISBN13:9780713403671. Release Date:August 1976.

The King's Indian Defence (Contemporary chess openings). The King's Indian Defense. 5 Mb. Leonard Barden, etc. Category: шахматы.

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The King's Indian Defense is a dynamic chess opening for Black. The reason for this is that many positions in the King’s Indian Defense promise Black more active play than in most other openings. We tell you all you need to know about this chess opening - plans, theory and games. Black is able to avoid early simplifications and can enter unbalanced positions, which allows him to play for more than equality. From club players to Super-GMs like Hikaru Nakamura, Teimour Radjabov or Garry Kasparov, you regularly see this opening arising on the chess board. King’s Indian Defense – Typical Chess Tactics. Active learning is the key to success in chess.

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Comments: (3)
ladushka
Although this book is around 40-50 years old, I enjoyed it very much and felt I learned a lot from it. I liked the format too, although it can sometimes be somewhat hard to follow. A great book, overall, though outdated. I bought it again a few years ago, mostly for sentimental value now. It's still one of my favorites all-time, though :-)
Ochach
Lots of full games and older lines covered.
Alsath
This book is from the classic series, Contemporary Chess Openings, of the late 60s and 70s published by Chess Digest. Like most of these books, this one on the KID is a standout. I have the 1973 edition (stated as the first edition for USA publication) and it is still a great place to start and review. While of course it does not have any recent games, there haven't been a plethora of startling variations, generally speaking, and more just a shift of emphasis and popularity of lines. There are five chapters on the lines in the Saemisch variation alone which is still popular at the grandmaster and club levels along with the other various lines.

The authors are all well-known to the chess community: Raymond Keene (British GM and many times the Brit national champ), Wm Hartston (Brit IM, national champ, and long time columnist for The Daily Express), and Leonard Barden (Brit Juniors Champ, The Guardian's chess columnist, and one of the pivotal figures in the Brit Chess Explosion of the 70s ... also advanced many Brit Jr players thru promotion in his column and accurately predicting their future successes).

The book is written in the old Descriptive Notation but this is not hard to learn at all. In fact, any player i'm sure can pick it up faster than Algebraic Notation since it's Descriptive and is like shorthand literally for describing moves. (King's Pawn to King's File/Square 4 ... not too difficult ... in fact, when players are verbalizing moves, they usually say it in close to a Descriptive Notation manner).

This book is still relevant and a great collector's item as the set looks very nice on a chess bookshelf. :)