I take this as a con because I usually use my memorisation skills in the super theoretical grunfeld to beat people who forget the theory. But I really like the idea to. I bought this book over Christmas on a whim, and while I don’t regret buying it, it’s become one of those books that I have for the interesting. Beating the King’s Indian and Grunfeld gets to grips with the King’s Indian and Grunfeld, providing White with a number of easy-to-learn and.
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Beating The King’s Indian And Grunfeld – Timothy Taylor
If you are serious about learning a new opening then do it the right way: However, when the second “Boy From Baku” emerged Radjabov it became clear that there were still enough subtleties and tricks in these lines for the KID to be played consistently at the highest level.
Apr 19, 8. So it becomes a sort of Maroczy Bind where White’s f4 is in early. Account Options Sign in. Theory isn’t the main point of the book, though Taylor does offer novelties in a lot of positions.
Players with attractive female avatars ThrillerFan 4 min ago. Taylor does a fair amount of just “talking” about chess, focuses on kkings ideas, and gives some general attacking advice at times.
Apr 19, 1. There’s an enormous amount of theory in the KID. Here is some further info on this book: Na6 is given in the “Avoiding the Martz Tabiya” chapter, though someone playing the 7.
But I really like the idea to hack on the kingside, lose material on the queenside, and checkmate. It s time for White to strike back! This is a far cry from Watson’s Play the French. So ideas are easier to learn and play, I won’t be surprised if black scores extremely well in KID at club level. I think the whole 7.
The KID and the Grunfeld are hardly other than the g6 move and fianchetto similar! I get grujfeld feeling that these are all lines that Taylor has experience with, and he doesn’t seem to be holding back any secrets. It could be that inian book is worth acquiring for those who play 1.
No idea about the Grunfeld. I’m not sure indiah you would need to switch to the KID from the Grunfeld. There are not really any “structural” or thematic similarities in how black finds a plan Here is the deal: Brimming with complexity and dynamism, these two openings often leave those playing White scratching their heads wondering how to squeeze even the slightest of advantages out of the opening and, just as crucially, how to avoid becoming swamped in a morass of complicated theory.
If you want interesting games and analysis of less-studied systems against the Grunfeld and KID, then you might like the book a lot.
Most players in the range seem to respond with Don’t quote me on bezting though, since I’m not at home. Apr 19, 7. In some sense the book is probably best viewed as a collection of mostly lightly annotated games all devoted to particular openings.
Apr 19, 5. Danny is quite correct – the only thing the KID and the Grunfeld really have in common is the first couple of moves are the same.
Grunfeld or King’s Indian??
Go back or Go to wish list. No eBook available Amazon. Anyway the “Liz” variation runs: Publishedsoftback, pages. Give it a look. I’ve always not wanted to play the king’s indian because I’ve heard that there isn’t much theory to it. I think Taylor’s coverage of the “Liz” variation is particularly good, because this is a line that is often hrunfeld taken very seriously in other books.
Grunfeld or King’s Indian?? – Chess Forums –
Against the King’s Indian he goes for the Martz Variation 1. Dear Willilo, Man, fiveofswords is everywhere in every forum!!! Antillian God Member Offline Brilliance without dazzle! Of course not – the replies to Black’s c5 are legion. I would also like to thee that his recommended line against the Gruenfeld fits in perfectly with those who play the Colle or use Aaron Summerscale’s A Killer Chess Opening Repertoire as the backbone of grunffeld repertoire.
This leads to completely different strategies for both sides.
I’m not sure how great the line is theoretically, but I’m ready to play it OTB on occasion.