This is Why I Play the King’s Indian Defense!

Check out this game from the Russian Superfinal.  The game was Inarkiev – Dubov from round three.

First, let’s take a look at the final position.  You can use this as an exercise if you like.  There is a forced mate for Black in the final position.  It’s White to move, and Inarkiev chose to resign here.

Here’s the entire game:

I love the KID.  I really enjoy the sacrificial chaos that can arise from those positions.

Til Next Time,

Chris Wainscott

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