Chess Openings: Master the King's Indian Attack

Greg Vanderford, Knowledge is Power!

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13 Videos (1h 45m)
    • Kings Indian Attack Promo

      1:05
    • Lesson 1 Intro to the King's Indian Attack

      8:50
    • Lesson 2 Attacking the King

      12:23
    • Lesson 3 Finishing Off Your Opponent

      7:08
    • Lesson 4 More Aggresive Play From Black

      5:51
    • Lesson 5 Better Defense From Black

      6:48
    • Lesson 6 Early Tactics for White

      10:50
    • Lesson 7 Building a Coordinated Attack

      11:07
    • Lesson 8 Keeping Up The Pressure

      9:35
    • Lesson 9 Winning By Force

      4:49
    • Lesson 10 The Principle of Overprotection

      11:52
    • Lesson 11 When to Trade Pieces

      8:09
    • Lesson 12 Course Review

      6:43

About This Class

The KING'S INDIAN ATTACK is an old opening weapon that has become less popular over the years as Super Grandmasters have chosen to play it less at the tournament level.

But for those of us not rated in the top 1% of all chess players, the KING'S INDIAN ATTACK is a particularly effective weapon to use against your unsuspecting opponent that probably does not know the best ways to defend against it.

In this course you will learn how to use THE KING'S INDIAN ATTACK to:

1. Get a powerful attack on your opponent's king

2. Surprise your opponent in the opening and gain time on the clock

3. Surprise your opponent in the opening leading them into unfamiliar territory

4. Fight aggressively against the French Defense

5. Build a super strong center

6. Develop a powerful fianchettoed bishop king formation

7. Multiple checkmate patterns

8. Much more!

Join the course, and learn how to destroy your unsuspecting opponents with THE KING'S INDIAN ATTACK!

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Greg Vanderford

Knowledge is Power!

My courses are designed based on my many years as a teacher and student of education and business. I hold a master's degree in curriculum and instruction and have been designing curricula for over a decade.

The business, language, and chess courses that I have built are a reflection of this experience and dedication to education. My goal is to reach as many people as possible with my courses, which is why I have chosen the internet as my ideal mode of delivery.

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