White firmly occupies long ♝ diagonal in King’s Indian: 🇪🇪Nestor ⚔️ 🇪🇪Seeman, Rapid chess

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Kaarel Nestor – IM Tarvo Seeman, King’s indian defense

1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 g6 3. c4 Bg7 4. b3 O-O 5. Bb2 d6 6. g3 Nbd7 7. Bg2 e5 8. O-O exd4 9. Bxd4 c6 10. Nbd2 Re8 11. Re1 Nc5 12. Qc2 Bf5 13. Qb2 a5 14. Nh4 Bd7 15. Rad1 Qe7 16. Qa1 Ne6 17. Bc3 Nc5 18. e4 a4 19. b4 Nd3 20. Re3 Ne5 21. h3 Be6 22. Bf1 Nh5 23. f4 Nxg3 24. fxe5 Qxh4 25. exd6 Qg5 26. Kf2 Nh1+ 27. Ke2 Bh6 28. Rf3 Bxc4+ 29. Nxc4 Rxe4+ 30. Kd3 Rxc4 31. Kc2 Rf4 32. Bf6 Qf5+ 33. Bd3 Qd5 34. Rxf4 Bxf4 35. Bh8 f6 36. Qxf6 Qxa2+ 37. Qb2 Qb3+ 38. Qxb3+ axb3+ 39. Kxb3 Kxh8 40. Rxh1 Bxd6 41. h4 Rf8 42. h5 g5 43. h6 Rf3 44. Kc4 Rf4+ 45. Kb3 Rxb4+ 46. Kc3 Rh4 47. Re1 Rxh6 48. Re8+ Kg7 49. Rd8 b5 50. Rd7+ Kf8 51. Bxh7 g4 52. Be4 c5 53. Rb7 Re6 54. Bf5 Re3+ 55. Kd2 Bf4 56. Kd1 g3 57. Bh3 b4 58. Rb5 Rc3 59. Bg2 Ke7 60. Rb6 b3 61. Be4 c4 62. Rb5 Kd6 63. Rd5+ Ke6 64. Rb5 Ke7 65. Rb7+ Kd6 66. Rb5 Re3 67. Bg2 Rd3+ 68. Ke1 Re3+ 69. Kd1 Rd3+ 70. Ke1 Be5 71. Bf1 Rc3 72. Bg2 Rc2 73. Kf1 Rd2 74. Be4 b2 75. Ke1 c3 76. Rb6+ Kc5 77. Rg6 Kd4 78. Bf5 g2 79. Rg4+ Kc5 80. Be4 Bh2 81. Rg5+ Kd4 0-1

The King’s Indian Defense is a chess opening for Black against 1.d4 and occurs after the moves 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7

It is a popular opening choice at all levels and the choice of players looking to win as Black against 1.d4.

The reason for this is that many positions in the King’s Indian Defense promise Black more active play than in most other openings. Black is able to avoid early simplifications and can enter unbalanced positions, which allows him to play for more than equality.

From club players to Super-GMs like Hikaru Nakamura, Teimour Radjabov or Garry Kasparov, you regularly see this opening arising on the chess board.

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  1. 30:42, should be Rxf4, Bxf4, Rxh1 then Be7 defending the d6 pawn

  2. Paule - Professional bet instructions says:

    After Bishop to f6 Black correctly played Queen to f5 check. The bishop had to intercept on d3 (otherwise there is a free rook on f3). So bishop to d3 was forced. Then Black, slightly shocked, played the move Queen to d5. Instead rook to c4 check would have won the game on the spot. Right after his move (Queen to d5) he shook his head, too, which may habe been a sign that he spotted this winning move. King got nowhere to go, and anyway Black picks up the rook on f3 next move (rook to c4 check, King b1 or King b2, then Queen takes f3, winning).

  3. rook takes knight wow… without which it could be very dodgy for ivan the terrible. I guess he saw that before anyone else in the universe

  4. Succesfull, negras ahogaron lentamente las posibles movidas del blanco en la fase final, calma y sangre fria

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