The Only Chess Opening You Need

We had another Chess live stream and here is one of Bobby Fischer’s favorite: King’s Indian Attack (KIA)


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  1. 5:23 if u played Ne7 and left the rook on a7 it would’ve led to a beautiful mating attack, or a free exchange

  2. Coach could you please send me your email.

  3. 1 min silence for all who thought it was named after a car.

  4. Just my opinion, but the KIA didn't really win this game at all. Seem like good tactical, especially in the endgame with low time, was the reason it went your way.

  5. man i found your channel yesterday and im so happy you are a LEGEND MAN.

  6. Thank you for this vidéo. I recently resumed playing chess after a 20 years break and as I had forgotten everything I decided to enquire for a simple system to easily survive the opening and then I found your videos speaking about duality of Pirc and King's indian. It really helped me to take pleasure playing with only basics trap-less system lines. All your videos help me to get ideas. I learn so much from you. Thank you very much.

  7. Ah, perfect! Just started your lessons on the kia this morning after finishing those on the pirc and kid ofcourse 👍😅 looking forward to having a new way to play in my repertoire! Thanks again coach, you are the best! 🙏🥳☀️😎

  8. 9:00 "What!?"
    I hear Stockfish making snide comments, "Because you are only human and can not possibly understand."

  9. Please stopp this stupid music, it's torture

  10. I like that idea, 'You have to have a plan; it doesn't even have to be a good plan'. For one thing, this is not the only game you are going to play. Bad plan this game, better plan next game. Not to mention, 'Plan, plan, better plan' in the same game. Having a plan is looking ahead, even if it is only a few moves.

  11. i have a lifetime repertoire on chessable on the sicilian. they don't even cover the KIA. 😭😭😭😭

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