In chess, the King's Indian Defence is one of Black's most ambitious and popular replies to 1.d4, so White needs to be well prepared.
Jan Markos shows the way with three separate repertoires for White. Each of the lines he explains has a different style, ranging from solidly positional to wildly attacking.
· Expert chess analysis from a grandmaster.
· Explains how to tackle one of the most popular chess
· Up-to-date analysis
Jan Markos is a young chess grandmaster from Slovakia
who has won many international tournaments.
ISBN: 978-1-906552-15-2 - 200 pages - Published 8 November 2008
"If any of these anti-KID systems appeal to you, then this fine book is a must buy. And if you play the KID for Black, I would also highly recommend it (because players will be throwing these weapons in your direction!). ...Yet another highlight in the already impressive Quality Chess catalogue." IM Jeremy Silman (full review)
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