King's Indian Defence (KID): An Opening System for Black's Army

Chess Opening Systems
For Black's Army
[King's Indian Defence (KID)]


King's Indian Defence (KID)
- Overview -

Black Openings Systems - King's Indian Defence Moves: 2

Black's Moves Only:
1...Nf6, 2...g6

Like White's Reti System, don't be deceived by an apparent 'lack of moves' ... As noted at the referenced Wikipedia page for the KID, above, there are a number of Variations that branch off from these simple two moves.

King's Indian Defence (KID)
- Example Sequence -

Here's an example of the King's Indian Defence (KID) played properly. It's the opening 4 moves as presented on Wikipedia's KID page (apparently, "one of the most famous King's Indian games") which, eventually, features the KID pattern, with King Knight on f6, and g-Pawn advanced to g6.

PGN
[Event "King's Indian Defence (KID)"]
[Date "2012.01.15"]
[White "Wiki"]
[Black "Pedia"]
[Result "*"]
[PlyCount "8"]

1.d4 g6 2.c4 Bg7 3.Nc3 d6 4.e4 Nf6 {King's Indian Defence (KID)} *



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