King's Indian Defence - Expert Repertoire for Black (Part 2)
We are happy to announce that GM Ivan Cheparinov has just released the second and final part of his project - King's Indian Defence - Expert Repertoire for Black.
In the current database, GM Ivan Cheparinov covers the Saemisch Variation, all the g2-g3 systems, and White's rare options on move 5 (in the position arising after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.Nf3 d6).
The last 4 chapters are dedicated to White's alternatives on move 3 in this position:
Besides the main line with 3.c4, GM Cheparinov covers in detail the moves 3.Nc3, 3.Nbd2, 3.Bf4, and 3.Bg5. The fact that lines like Jobava System, Queen's Pawn Opening, London System, and Torre Attack are covered makes the database valuable for Gruenfeld players as well.
The database consists of 13 theoretical chapters, 13 interactive test positions, a Memory Booster, and Video Version (5h and 40min).
True to his analytical approach, GM Cheparinov goes for double-edged and dynamic systems whenever this is possible. For example, against the Saemisch System, he advocates the Benoni approach. Going for the Benoni type of position makes the current survey consistent with the opening choices in the first database.
The entire repertoire is designed to help you fight for a win with Black. Having such fighting options is extremely important for people who play open tournaments.
When studying this course, don't try to memorize all the variations (unless you are a 2700+ player). Nevertheless, we strongly suggest that you take a closer look at all the lines. In this way, you will see a lot of recurring tactical and positional ideas.
We are convinced that by studying this course, you will greatly improve your general King's Indian Understanding understanding.
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