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Re: New King's Indian Player-Need help
Reply #2 - 11/25/04 at 21:22:37
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Thanks MNB. I have some new stuff on the BDG site as well.
  
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Re: New King's Indian Player-Need help
Reply #1 - 11/25/04 at 20:51:23
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<Thanks and I hope to be an active reader and contributor to the forum.>
Considering your contribution to the BDG, you already are!
  

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New King's Indian Player-Need help
11/25/04 at 12:06:09
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This is my first time on the King's Indian forum, and I must say that the theoretical competence of King Indian players rival and can arguably surpass that of us Dragon players.  And I respect that.

I have just ordered Joe Gallagher's Play the King's Indian that was published March 2004.

What I am wondering is if someone with the book could tell me what he recommends against some of the main lines that I have read about on the King's Indian site and whether or not they are any good.

At the moment I have been looking at the classical and the Makagonov system. I have played through some of the games that I have downloaded from the site and find the King's Indian very interesting.

If someone would just post some of the lines from Joe Gallagher's book and the reference game I would be most appreciative.

I am looking for the best response for the Classical, the Makagonov, the Samisch, Fianchetto and the four pawns attack.

Your opinion as to why you think one variation is better or worse is more than welcome.

Thanks and I hope to be an active reader and contributor to the forum.

Teyko
  
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