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King's Indian: A Complete Black Repertoire (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 14. Juli 2009

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5.0 von 5 Sternen A success from Bologan with the tried-and-true Chess-Stars format 5. August 2009
Von Andre E. Harding - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
This is a repertoire book for Black in the King's Indian by an elite player and experienced author. Victor Bologan doesn't give every line for Black, only the ones that he considers best or those in his personal repertoire. There is a lot to fit into the book's 356 pages, and Bologan does an admirable job of covering the lines in breadth and in depth.

Part 1. Minor Variations [Chapters 1-10]
Part 2. Averbakh Variation [Chapters 11 and 12]
Part 3. Saemisch Attack [Chapters 13-16]
Part 4. Four Pawns Attack [Chapters 17-19]
Part 5. Classical Variation [Chapters 20-27]
Part 6. Fianchetto Systems [Chapters 28-31]
[Final Part] Other Fianchetto Systems [Chapters 32-34]

Bologan has followed the approach familiar to readers of other Chess-Stars opening books, especially the Khalifman series: on the first page of each Part, the author gives a brief introduction to White's ideas in his chosen method of facing the KI, and then at the beginning of each chapter Bologan gives a very brief explanation of White's goals of the chosen system and how Black ought to deal with them. As he moves through the lines he proposes he gives some brief tactical/strategic comments and in some cases shows why this or that move should be played. When the time comes for sample continuations from GM practice, Bologan gives the line with a brief evaluative comment at the end.

What this all means is that you won't get any arrows or other graphics, but there is meaningful commentary on the moves and games provided--if you work through it. The presentation of the material is very dense, and there is a tendency to read such books in the same way, but you should not do that, taking your time to digest the material slowly, one chapter at a time. Or, you can keep the book for a useful reference guide.

The King's Indian: A Complete Black Repertoire is, fortunately, not a hated database dump, but the material is presented compactly (typical Chess-Stars size, if you are familiar with their books), and you should heed the endgame maxim "do not hurry" when studying it!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Incredibly well written for an opening book. 12. Oktober 2009
Von Michael Goeller - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This has to be one of the best written opening books I have ever come across. So many opening books these days seem to be data dumps by non-English speakers who also have poor editors. But Bologan can really write! He also presents an excellent repertoire, though I do prefer Joe Gallagher's Play the King's Indian for theory in some lines, and the two books cover many of the same recommendations (including the ...c5 gambit against the Saemisch, which is not my own preference, though it is widely considered Black's best). There are many books on the KID that focus on the author's repertoire or a single player's repertoire and his games -- including by Najdorf, Gufeld, Kasparov, Golubev, etc. -- and this joins their ranks near the top.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Significant weakness is the translation into English 11. Mai 2012
Von NightShift - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I've been slowly and laboriously working through all the lines, chapter by chapter, variation by variation, and paragraph by paragraph in [ASIN:9548782715 King's Indian: A Complete Black Repertoire]. I am grateful to Victor Bologan for his devotion to the King's Indian Defense (the KID) and for presenting his preferred repertoire. However, my edition (2009) suffers from two significant weaknesses: (1) poor translation into English; and (2) impossible moves within sub-lines.

Translation is by Bulgarian-born Palistinean Territory GM Evgeny Ermenkov (9/29/49). It is quickly obvious that the translator never has been a native speaker of English. In annotating my own KID database, I've rewritten almost every sentence more readily to capture the meaning intended by the author and to reduce the number of words. The language employed ranges from awkward to nearly unintelligible. For example, "It deserves attention for White to try to attack his enemy's weaknesses directly with 12.h4!?" (p.228) I imagine we know what the author means, but the awkward language slows down the reader as one analyzes the sentence to see if the author meant something other than, White should consider trying to attack his enemy's weaknesses... A more egregious example is in an introductory paragraph to variations: "I will try to recommend to you short, but effective receipts how to play against White's sidelines on move nine." (p. 246) The reader usually can discern the meaning intended, but sometimes it takes some moments of rewriting in one's own mind.

More frustrating (although sometimes endearing) than reading a book written like the author is your Eastern European grandfather, who never could pronounce the "th" in clothes or the "v" in vodka, is following a line that presents impossible moves, for example, Grachev-Gubajdullin, Samara 2003, pp. 246-247. There are not too many of these, but the chess editor dropped the ball a number of times.

Studying Bologan is very different than following one of Joe Gallagher's books on the KID, which are very professionally formatted and pleasantly presented. I haven't worked those through completely, but I haven't encountered any dead-end lines with impossible moves. On the other hand, Bologan's repertoire is broad and deep in almost every variation, and worth months of study by anyone who wishes to become well-acquinted with the KID. I am greatly enjoying working through every variation, though I find the poor editing annoying (language) and frustrating (dead-end lines). The book could benefit from a second edition update with a native English-speaking translator and more careful chess editing. Don't buy this book to peruse -- think of it as a major project, like adding a second story to your home. Completing it will take just about the same amount of time.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen It may be the best book on the King's Indian Defense! 26. Januar 2010
Von Luiz Gentil Junior - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book has the things I consider the most relevant to make a great chess book: sharp and precise analysis and, an excellent repertoire for black with very active lines!!

When an author writes just one book to hold it all, I find it much better to have some chosen lines deeply annotated, making it a repertoire, than just write superficially about all possibilities! If one writes deeply about all the lines he should do it in a book series (two, three or four books).

No doubt this is one of the best written opening books I have ever read.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An Excellent Work on the Kings Indian 3. Januar 2013
Von johnw. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I think this is an excellent book on the Kings Indian defence and would be a good addition to ones library if you play this defence.I wanted a current book on the Kings Indian and am pleased with this work-john
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