King’s Indian Defence is a very complex opening. It requires Black to put certain positional concepts on the backburner and go for an all out kingside attack. In this game you see an example of how things can go wrong for Black if the player is not focused on the aim of attacking opponent’s king. This happened in round 2 of the Fagernes Open 2022 in Norway between Narayanan SL and Padmini Rout.
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