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KING'S INDIAN ATTACK By Don Maddox
Building an opening repertoire can be a daunting task. So much to learn; so little time. The King’s Indian Attack (KIA) offers a remarkable three-pronged solution to this problem: 1) A universal hypermodern repertoire based on NF3/d2-d3/g2-g3/Bg2; 2) A customisable 1 e4 repertoire channelling virtually every black response (except 1…d5) into familiar KIA waters; and 3) A permanent fall back for those times you need to rest your regular repertoire while you fine-tune it, modify it, or repair holes in it. The KIA is versatile and varied enough to serve you for the rest of your career in any one of these three capacities. Don Maddox co-authored the Bluebook Guide to the Winning with the King’s Indian Attack, and he has taught and played the KIA extensively. On this CD he discusses the basic principles of the KIA theory – from both the white and black sides. The CD contains more than 20,000 games (740+annotated), a complete KIA tree, and a KIA Training Database. The text introduction are extensive. Includes ChessBase Lite.