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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Part 1 Play The Dutch: Both are extremely complicated openings and playable at all levels. Apr 19, 4. All in all I think I’ll get this book as I quite like Taylor’s writing style in general, also it never hurts to get a heads up on what my opponents might be to reading.
There’s an enormous amount of theory in the KID. I’ve always not wanted to play the king’s kimgs because I’ve heard that there isn’t much theory to it.
Beating the King’s Indian and Grunfeld Read times. Yet again proving the Benko is a fabulous resource for those playing black and willing to play for the full point. I’m not sure why you would need to switch to the KID from the Grunfeld. Click here to email us. It’s hard to believe that Black isn’t equal here, but if it works, it works!
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Simply wanted to learn something else the Nimzo. I dont play it as often as I used to though since adding the slav to my black repertoire. No eBook available Amazon. Moreover, the Anti Gruenfeld system given in Th book is much more convincing than the recommendation in Summerscale’s.
Beating The King’s Indian And Grunfeld
Outside of chess, he is the author of two published novels, Elaine the Fair and Amanda, while he directed the film Wicked Pursuits. Could you give me a few examples? Brimming with complexity and dynamism, these two openings often leave those playing White scratching Discussion forum for ChessPublishing.
I think he means lots, or numerous. I don’t think that this way of playing White has been popular since the ‘s or 70’s, actually. Beatiing are 33 games in the King’s Indian and 20 in the Grunfeld. No idea about the Grunfeld. Theory in both openings is illustrated by complete, annotated games with plenty of text explanation.
Bxc4when I like the feel of White’s position better.
This is a far cry from Watson’s Play the French. This is the kind of system that I feel might offer White good practical results, though I play the Saemisch grunceld Averbakh exclusively against the KID, so what do I know??
Here is some further info on this book: I agree with this. In some sense the book is probably best viewed as a collection of mostly lightly annotated games all devoted to particular openings. Open and author of the popular “Bird’s Opening”.
Grunfeld or King’s Indian??
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 ideas bezting analysis and not because I want to play the openings in question. Black’s position always looks hideous, but somehow he ends up being fine Just realize that you aren’t getting a tight-fitting repertoire filled with cutting-edge theory. I win or grunfelr most of my games in about 20 moves so I guess that’s why I never noticed all the theory.
My personal feeling is that the the “Liz” line is more sound and offers White a better chance for an edge at least theoretically–someone booked up on the Martz line might get more easy wins. Do you remember why the KID was more similar? My coach has tried to convince me ever since I first got taught by him to play the king’s indian because I like to play dragon as black.
He also includes chapters on the various methods of avoiding the main line available to both White and Black. What level is this book aimed at? Go back or Go to wish list.
Taylor examines the typical tactical and positional ideas for both players, highlighting the tricks and pitfalls one must look out for. I would think KID and Benoni might be options to consider but even those two yield different games most of the time.
Taylor seems a little more enthusiastic about the Martz variation. As a side note, I’m actually having quite good results with 1. Timothy Taylor The author recommends two systems against both the King’s Indian and Grunfeld which he believes offer White winning chances and which are gtunfeld relatively unexplored. Please select next action Go back or Go to wish list. Apr 19, 1. A study of this book will allow the reader to battle against the King s Indian and the Grunfeld with renewed confidence.
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.
According to Everyman, “In this book, Timothy Taylor gets to grips with the King’s Indian and Grunfeld, providing White with a number of easy-to-learn and effective weapons which are specially designed tocause Black maximum discomfort. I must also say that it isn’t as good as Gallagher’s Play the King’s Indianwhich is a comporable book same publisher, same format, etc. Apr 20, Please Login or Register. My library Help Advanced Book Search.
The bad news is, that as a KID player myself I can tell u straight up that Taylor’s exd5 in the Four Pawns attack will get u absolutely nowhere against an informed opponent or seasoned KID player.