Anti-Bajonette-Angriff im Königsinder

Anti-bayonet attack in the King's India

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King's Indian fans who resort to the Mar del Plata Attack (7...Nc6) when White plays the classical system (1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 d6 5.Nf3 0-0 6.Be2 e5 7.0-0) are aiming for complex positions with attacks from both sides on open wings, where long-term strategic planning and tactical awareness at critical moments are required. Computers often do not know what to do in the complex strategic positions that arise, and this suits players who like to think for themselves rather than learn long theoretical variations by heart. But the currently fashionable Bayonet Attack (9.b4) disrupts Black's plans. After Black's main continuation 9...Nh5, the position opens up and long, forced variations arise, which can be analyzed with computer help. This DVD offers a good remedy against White's Bayonet Attack: 9...a5! This move leads to healthy positions where there are few concrete variations and where strategy is more important than tactics. Objectively, the chances are equal, but if Black knows the position, the situation can quickly become critical for White.