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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #12 - 12/29/14 at 23:20:28
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Here's a really inspiring and instructive game for the White side:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPhWLeb8hvU&list=PLVWaFpMwtaGguNTCmp2fAFJxhKi0JE...
  
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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #11 - 11/22/14 at 00:42:13
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Interesting.  I'll have to go back through my KID books and see which one led me wrong.  I would swear someone referred to it as "Kramnik's taciturn response to ...Nh5..." or something like that.

He did play it, and of course Chessgames.com calls it "Sokolov's line": http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1070932
  
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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #10 - 11/21/14 at 15:23:37
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Okay, rather it was Sokolov's two wins en route to the Dutch title in '95 which "signalled its true arrival on the chess scene," in the words of Panczyk and Ilczuk in their Classical KID book (2009).  In a Yearbook in 2001 it was referred to as "Ivan Sokolov's 10. Re1."
  
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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #9 - 11/21/14 at 08:42:55
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According to my database, the Czech FIDE Master Ivan Jankovec played this in 1978. Then there's a small flurry of games in 1995, two featuring Sokolov, as kylemeister says.
  
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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #8 - 11/21/14 at 04:19:05
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barnaby wrote on 11/21/14 at 03:19:51:
Taimanov played it in 1956 (Taimanov-Ciocaltea:: Alekhine memorial Moscow 1956)

Bent Larsen as well in 57 and Ludek Pachamn in 1958.


The Bayonet, yes, but I was referring to (9...Nh5) 10. Re1.
  
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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #7 - 11/21/14 at 03:23:03
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barnaby wrote on 11/21/14 at 03:19:51:
[quote author=7D6F7A737B737F65627364160 link=1411467275/5#5 date=1416531048]Really?  I recall it as being Ivan Sokolov's invention, circa 1995.


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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #6 - 11/21/14 at 03:19:51
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kylemeister wrote on 11/21/14 at 00:50:48:
Really?  I recall it as being Ivan Sokolov's invention, circa 1995.


Taimanov played it in 1956 (Taimanov-Ciocaltea:: Alekhine memorial Moscow 1956)

Bent Larsen as well in 57 and Ludek Pachamn in 1958.
  
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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #5 - 11/21/14 at 00:50:48
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Really?  I recall it as being Ivan Sokolov's invention, circa 1995.
  
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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #4 - 11/21/14 at 00:27:21
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Incidentally, if you prefer the lines with Rf1-e1, planning to answer ...Nf4 with Bf1, then Kramnik literally invented, and successfully practiced, that line.
  
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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #3 - 09/24/14 at 17:19:51
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If you are attracted to the plan with g2-g3, I would go to Van Wely's book and games.  He is the aficianado of that line.
  
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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #2 - 09/24/14 at 11:15:33
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Van Wely - Fighting Against The Kings Indian is also a good source.. He recommended the plan with g3,Ng5-Ne6  Wink
  
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Re: Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
Reply #1 - 09/23/14 at 23:13:32
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I feel tempted to answer with one word: "Kramnik".
Most books are written from blacks perspective, but Markos "Beat the KID" recommends the Bayonet from whites side if I recall correctly. It might be a bit dated by now, and a look at Kramniks later games might be a good complement.

chandrashekharkoravi wrote on 09/23/14 at 10:14:35:
Hello chess friend,


I am starting to play Bayonet attack against the king's indian defense as white...I looked at foxy dvd on Bayonet attack, watched https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1UAeohfpM8 , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZdg4hCHGQw and liked the plan of g3 followed by Ng5...What are the other sources to get ideas on this system? and model games for white

  
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Bayonet attack against kid (King's Indian Defense)
09/23/14 at 10:14:35
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Hello chess friend,


I am starting to play Bayonet attack against the king's indian defense as white...I looked at foxy dvd on Bayonet attack, watched https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1UAeohfpM8 , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZdg4hCHGQw and liked the plan of g3 followed by Ng5...What are the other sources to get ideas on this system? and model games for white
  
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