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Avoiding the Bayonet Attack

06/10/2021 –    GM Teimur Radjabov considered the most feared King’s Indian  player. I have seen many of his games and there’s a resemblance with GM Kasparov’s games. 

Our featured two (2) games are both King’s Indian themes although there are transpositions that are diverted to different opening lines. GM Mamedyarov used  white’s g3 line, while the 2nd featured game, GM Kramnik  dealt with  GM Radjabov’s prepared King’s Indian line 7..exd4 (avoiding the Bayonet Attack). Let’s enjoy these games while having coffee and chocolate cake…Yum!!

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CHESS BLOG No. 37 : Date: 6th October 2021

The King's Indian or transposed to Gruenfeld

1st Game : Check diagram below (GAME VIEWER 1)

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GM Mamedyarov's 6.b3 move I say "dubious" since black created weaknesses at white's position at an early stage. What a wonderful game to see, it teaches us about " Dark Square Strategy".

The King's Indian Other variation 7...exd4

2nd Game: Check diagram below (GAME VIEWER 2)

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GM Teimur Radjabov avoided the main line and used the 7...ed4 line versus GM Vladimir Kramnik. We witness a deep understanding of endgame position by GM Kramnik as shown here. This game is classy, so nice to watch, full of chess goodness... Watch my game below (YouTube video) it shows how to deal with other King's Indian variations.

GAME VIEWER 1

GAME VIEWER 2

ENDGAME CORNER - SOLVE THE PROBLEM BELOW

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Author: FMJesse

Chess Title: FIDE Master FIDE Chess Rating: 2339 Chess Book Author: Improve Your Child's IQ by Solving Chess & Math Problems Education: Bachelor of Nursing (Mental Health) Founder: Memory Chisel University: Western Sydney University

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