Konikowski/Bekemann: Openings - King's Indian Defense

Konikowski/Bekemann: Openings - King's Indian Defense

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Autor: Konikowski, Jerzy; Bekemann, Uwe
Verlag: Beyer
Erscheinungsjahr: 2019
Sprache: German
Buchumschlag: hardcover
Seiten: 280

What does a chess player need when he has mastered the rules of the game but runs into difficulties in the opening phase in too many games? This question was the focus when our authors compiled the material for this book and began their work. The result is a work that explains the King's Indian Defense from the ground up. This opening is called the "pearl of closed games" by many chess fans. Our authors guide the reader to play this demanding defense well and successfully without having to delve into an in-depth study of the variations.
This book provides the chess enthusiast with a foundation that allows an easy introduction to the difficult and comprehensive field of opening theory, tailored to his needs. It does not matter whether he has studied opening theory in chess little or not at all.
The ideas and plans behind the individual systems of the King's Indian Defense are explained in detail. The reader should be given the chance to properly understand the respective style of play and not just play it through with memorized sequences of moves. Even individual moves are explained according to their meaning and purpose, if they are not entirely obvious.
With the knowledge gained from this book, the reader will find it easy to get into his practical game and, on this basis, play interesting, entertaining and promising chess.
At the same time, the authors provide the reader with a basic repertoire for White and Black, which contains the most important systems and variations of the King's Indian Defense.

280 pages, bound with ribbon, 1st edition 2019