The King's Indian is noted as a dynamic counter-attacking defence par excellence. This book describes the key strategies for both sides in the main lines such as the Fianchetto variation, the Petrosian system, the Sämisch/ Four Pawns attack and Averbakh. Analysis is backed up with verbal explanation making this book an ideal introduction for those wishing to take up or face the King's Indian in competitive situations.
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Grandmaster Raymond Keene, a former British champion, and the most prolific chess author ever, has more than 100 books to his credit. He not only is one of the most widely read authors, with sales exceeding one million books, but a widely popular chess columnist for the Spectator (London) and London Times. He was the co-author, with Garry Kasparov and Eric Schiller, of Batsford Chess Openings, the all-time best-selling opening reference book.
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Book Description Batsford Ltd, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 713459069