Chess openings – King’s Indian Defence 27.02.2023 Chess openings – King’s Indian Defence See more on the King’s Indian Defence at Get more info about major chess openings at Post navigation PreviousNext 131 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments U r very good at explaing for beginners like me Reply excellent vid Reply when u sacrifised knight at Nf*e4.then bishop is pinning knight to queen.what if white plays Nfd2 instead of bishop d3 to protect the knight?then simply black loses a piece please kindly explain this Reply great video Dereque! Thanks Reply He Dereque, Thanks for your outstanding good videos! Learning allot from you. Greets from Holland Reply Pls make more videos you are good. Reply Hi Dereque, This was a wonderful video. Your videos are very professionally shot, and explanation is comprehensive. Definitely very helpful for a beginner like me.I had two doubts. Hope you can help.1 – At 6:43, from what I can understand, white has two options – dxe5 or fxe5. You went for fxe5 in the video. Could you guide me about the follow up for dxe5 ? I am not able to see how that would be bad for white. Forgive my ignorance, as I am still a beginner. 2- At 6:48, after Black plays dxe5, what is wrong if White plays Nxe5 ? How would Black respond and capitalize on that ? I appreciate the help. Please keep making these informative videos 🙂 Reply Just a note, a little before the 6 minute mark you mention a black attack on d4 but it is actually e5 Reply Just played my first match with the KID and I utterly destroyed the guy. Albeit, he did say he was stoned. lol Thanks for the video! Reply I think this is better than Nimzo-Indian as it is very aggressiive and love attacking. Thank u very much !!!! Reply hi dereque, i love your videos. i'm trying to learn chess and they are super helpful! i'm just curious… at about 8:00 you have black playing F3 challenging the white B. it seems like white comes out ahead at least in terms of material. if white manages to castle is blacks position that much better than whites without the extra bishop? Reply why can the king and castle move like that? the rules say castle can't jump pieces? and the king moves 2 spots as a 1 spot mover I'm not sure why. Reply Why is d4 more sensitive than e4? Reply Sir, Could you tell me that at 6:49 why did white move d5. White could have taken the pawn on e5. Then there could be exchange of the queens?? Could you tell me more about this?? Reply Dereque, you have a great way of explaining the ideas behind the openings in a very simple and concise way. I always watch a few of your opening videos before tournaments. I hate studying openings, and I rarely memorize variations. However, your videos provide me with a good foundation for me to navigate these openings over the board and are a very efficient means of study! Please keep making them! Reply Dereque! do you think that kings indian defense is the best response to d4? Reply dereque I was wondering if you would recommend this opening to a player who is about 1450-1550 and is quite attacking and doesn't really like cramped positions.I would really appreciate your feedback thanks :)! Reply And although it seems quite defensive I was interested in the opening because it has really nice counterplay Reply thank you sir Reply Love your vids Dereque. Keep up the good work! Reply Excellent opening, Thanks for sharing Reply Great discussion. Reply Nice video.the picture at the beginning is really hilarious though :p Reply How is it that black wins a piece back? He's still down a piece….?? Reply How would one prevent/respond to a white putting a knight on G5? Reply Wonderful presentation! Question though, at 9:33 you show black Kn takes pawn E4. What prevents white Kn C3 to E4 and capture black Kn? Reply Bishop to b5 to atack the queen Reply I like this. Reply More Indian, please!!!!!! Reply Is there a mistake in the analysis at 7:47? After White takes back with the knight and Bf5, White can play Nd2 instead of Bd3 and the pawn fork would not happen. Reply Número de pedido: GPA.3336-9490-2613-76386 i am still waiting my refund, your application does not work for android Reply Número de pedido: GPA.3383-9249-6137-95740 i am still waiting my refund, your application does not work for android Reply King Indian defense weak against four pawn openings because all white has to do is castle queenside instead of kingside, and this variation shown in video doesn’t always work with these specific moves … Reply Thanks for the great videos. I love watching them. Reply What is his chess set? Reply Can you explain why he Eat the pawn in d5. Because i think that is a free. IM beginner IM Just aking thnk you Reply But nobody responds this way online and every thing is fucked up Reply Good teacher Reply 2:33 Reply on 7:59 I can't see the black's advantage. It's down a bishop vs. a pawn. Also, in 9:33 black's knight takes on e4, but it's taken by the white's one, hence, he's down a knight. I don't get the point… Reply I'm still trying to understand this system, how do you respond as black if instead of 4 pawn setup by white, white instead has 2 bishops on c5 and f4 squares? Reply You are awsome! Thanks for the lesson!!!! Reply Great video Reply This is a simple, excellent and clear intro the basic KID … best I’ve seen.. Thanks. Reply thanks! Reply Are you a gm? Because you Can explain very well Reply Any feelings on if the King's Indian or Nimzo Indian is preferrable as a defense to D4? Reply I love how you explain the concepts rather than just listing square numbers. Thank you! Reply Is there a version of this without white doing the four pawns attack? Reply Ten years later, I still enjoy refreshing my KID fundamentals with your phenomenal content 🙂 Thanks! Reply Comments navigation Newer comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.