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Learn the King's Indian Defense

1. The King's Indian Defense (Video 1 of 16) 

1 d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7

 

2. The King's Indian Defense (Video 2 of 16)

1 d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7

 

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  1. Classical King's Indian with 7 … exd4 (7 part series)

    Classical King's Indian with 7 … exd4 (7 part series)

    $20.93

    Ronen's Opening Survey: Classical King's Indian with 7 … exd4 (7 part series). E93: King's Indian: orthodox variation. Ronen's show "Opening Survey" follows carefully the most recent trends in the chess world. Lately the King's Indian has been suffering big time, with GM Bacrot scoring 0 out 3 in the first rounds of the Biel Chess Festival, losing all his King's Indian games; it's time for our opening expert GM Ronen Har-Zvi to suggest ideas and opinions on this important piece of chess opening theory. In this new series Ronen will address the classical King's Indian with a more dynamic approach, opening the center and playing fast: Kramnik scored a fantastic win in Dortmund against Jan Gustafsson this year with the variation Ronen is taking in consideration in this series. Let's try and keep the King's Indian alive, with GM Ronen Har-Zvi! Learn More
  2. IM John Watson presents:  King's Indian Defense (16 part series)

    IM John Watson presents: King's Indian Defense (16 part series)

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    In must-win situations, the King's Indian Defense has been trusted by World Champions, such as Garry Kasparov, Bobby Fischer, and Mikhail Tal. It's a hypermodern defense, where Black builds a strong defense around the king and looks for counter-attacking chances in the middle game. In this 16-video series, International Master John Watson, gives you a complete picture of how to play this opening. John analyzes the most popular variations including the advance variation with 7.d5, and other main lines. In doing so, John explains the key plans, not just for Black but for White too! Learn More

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