The King’s Indian Attack - Lemos Deep Dive – GM Damian Lemos

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In this 8 hour Deep Dive, Grandmaster Damian Lemos explains the general strategy behind the opening before going on to give detailed instructions on how to deal with anything Black might try.

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Why was this course created?

Follow in the footsteps of Bobby Fischer and play the King’s Indian Attack, a dangerous opening system you can use against nearly any reply from Black!

In this system, White adopts a setup similar to Black’s in the King’s Indian Defense; but White’s extra tempo makes it even more deadly.

This is an opening you can play against the French, Caro-Kann, and Sicilian, each time getting a dominant position full of powerful positional and tactical ideas.

In this 8 hour Deep Dive, Argentinian Grandmaster Damian Lemos explains the general strategy behind the opening before going on to give detailed instructions on how to deal with anything Black might try.

Through the analysis of instructive games, GM Lemos shows how these ideas play out in practice, making sure you’re ready with the most powerful reply!

If you prefer not to have to constantly update your openings against each of the popular responses to 1.e4, this 8 hour Deep Dive course provides all you need for a bulletproof opening repertoire.

Chapter Outline:

  • Chapter 1: General King’s Indian Attack Ideas
  • General Introduction
  • Psakhis – Paunovic
  • Fischer – Panno
  • Davies – Collins
  • Chapter 2: King’s Indian Attack vs Caro-Kann Defense
  • Amin – Naghdiyev, Part 1
  • Amin – Naghditev, Part 2
  • Amin – Salah
  • Chapter 3: King’s Indian Attack vs The French Defense
  • Sutovsky – Gershon
  • Stripunsky – Goregliad
  • Grischuk – Bukavshin
  • Chapter 4: King’s Indian Attack vs The Sicilian Defense
  • Petrosian – Pachman, Part 1
  • Petrosian – Pachman, Part 2
  • Bologan – Firman
  • Saric – Fercec
  • Chapter 5: King’s Indian Attack in Practice
  • Yermolinsky – Luther 
  • Petrosian – Pavey 
  • Adly – Cordes
  • Aronian – Khenkin