FOXY OPENINGS - VOLUME 111 - King's Indian Attack Easily Explained
Description / FOXY OPENINGS - VOLUME 111 - King's Indian Attack Easily Explained
Running Time: Over 150 Minutes
The King's Indian Attack (KIA) can be used successfully after 1 e4 or 1 Nf3. On this all-new Foxy openings DVD, International Master Andrew Martin recommends starting with 1. e4 and shows when the KIA may be played with best hope of success. You will learn the nuts and bolts of a very good opening system and know exactly when you should play it and when not.
The King's Indian attack can lead to some very violent and uncompromising games, but White has to think flexibly to get the most out of the position. The games examined reflect this flexibilty.
The KIA easily explained is an excellent introduction to a proven, winning opening system.
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