A Novice chessplayer works to get better at chess using an improvement program based upon the methods of Michael de la Maza and the teachings of Dan Heisman
Thursday, June 28, 2007
King's Indian D
I am starting to learning a little theory about some of the deeper openings: the Ruy Exchange Variation and the Kings Indian Defense. I revisiting a book from a few years ago Chess:the art of Logical thinking by Neil Mcdonald. This is a book like Chernov Logical Chess Move by Move but with modern games with modern openings. There are 2 King Indian Defense games deeply annotated for the improving player.
Location: New Hampshire, new england, United States
There exists an extremely large group of chess players who are no longer beginners nor, on the other hand, masters or point hunters, but players who aim primarily at deriving an aesthetic satisfaction from the game. For such players an attacking game is more attractive than positional technique and they will continue to attack regardless of risk., for their stormy contest are not going to be noted down in theoretical textbooks.
From the introduction to Art of Attack in Chess :Vukovic