The Definitive King's Indian Defense Collection - 6 DVDs - Chess LectureProduct Code: DVD001CLC
This Collection Includes:
- A Poisonous System Against the KID Fianchetto:
A Poisonous System Against the KID Fianchetto, Part I: Runtime 31 mins 31 seconds
"Really liked the system you were recommending! Looking forward to trying it soon. Very comprehensive review of all critical variations. NICE!"
"Excellent as usual! I appreciated the linkage you noted of actions occuring on various parts of the board being related."
A Poisonous System Against the KID Fianchetto, Part II (In Practice): Juraj Lipka vs. Bryan Smith Run Time: 38 mins 23 seconds
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- The King's Indian for Black:
International Master David Vigorito explains many variations of the King’s Indian including: Orthodox Variation: Modern System, Bayonet Attack, Glek Defense. Favored by Fischer and Kasparov, the King’s Indian is a modern dynamic opening, exceptionally complex. A popular choice since its introduction into competitive chess in the early 20th century. This DVD is a continuation of David’s series on the subject ( See King’s Indian for Black for the first 5 lectures.) PGN’s Included
CO: E94, E97
Content : 1.7 hours in a series of 4 lectures.
Members of ChessLecture.com Rated this DVD a 4.02 out of 5
Fans said: Really terrific lecture! Absolutely mandatory viewing for the KID player.
- King's Indian for Black Lectures 6-9:
King's Indian Defense: Classical Variation Part 1: Runtime 29 mins 32 seconds
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation Part 2: Runtime 21 mins 05 seconds
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto Variation Part 3: Runtime 22 mins 40 seconds
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack Part 4: Runtime 38 mins 59 seconds
King's Indian Defense: Averbach & Hungarian Variation Part 5: Runtime 20 mins 59 seconds
Running Time: 135 Minutes
- King's Indian: Against the Four Pawns Attack:
Presented by International Grandmaster Eugene Perelshtyen for ChessLecture.com
White builds up a large pawn center and gains a spatial advantage. Black develops quickly, then works to undermine White's center with a Pawn attack. Black must strike quickly to try and open the position before White can consolidate the space advantage that his center has gained him.
Content: 44 Minutes of chess theory and discussion, with example games, over a series of 2 lectures.
Members of ChessLecture.com rated this series a 4.03 out of 5
Fans on ChessLecture.com said: GM Perelshteyn's lecture was excellent as always.
- King's Indian: Main Line 9.Nd2, 9.Ne1, 9.b4:
Presented by Grandmaster Leonid Kritz for ChessLecture.com
GM Kritz outlines several variations of the King’s Indian including The Mar del Plata variation of the King's Indian 9. Nd2. No longer as popular as it once was, it is still played rather frequently even at the top levels of chess. The third most popular white move and has been played by contemporary grandmasters Viswanathan Anand and Boris Gelfand. Orthodox, Aronin–Taimanov 9.Ne1 named for Mark Taimanov vs Lev Aronin Moscow 1952. GM Tigran Petrosian said “ for Kings Indian Players, this game made people think that the King;s Indian was at it’s demise. The Bayonet Attack 9. b4 which has many forks in the road.
Content: 2.25 hours of instruction and analysis in a series of 6 lectures.
Members of ChessLecture.com rated this series a 5 out of 5
Fans on Chesslecture.com said: Brilliant video. Excellent Video!
- King's Indian Masterpieces:
Frantisek Zita vs. David Bronstein (1946) Part 1: Runtime 27 mins 54 seconds
Iveri Chighladze vs. Ilia Smirin (2009) Part 2: Runtime 29 mins 52 seconds
Oleg Moiseev vs. Vladimir Simagin (1951) Part 3: Runtime 41 mins 12 seconds
Alexander Beliavsky vs. John Nunn (1985) Part 4: Runtime 38 mins 59 seconds
Chekhover vs. Kasparian (1936) Part 5: Runtime 30 mins 25 seconds
Running Time: 165 Minutes
11.5 Hours Total
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