The Four Pawns Attack Against the King's Indian Defense

Here's another paper on chess tactics. This one is only moderately useful. I read this paper because I am in a game where my opponent used the Four Pawns Attack against my standard queen line defense, the King's Indian. By doing some research and being careful, I have managed to keep the playing field approximately level. However, the fact that it took so much effort to maintain even footing with the King's Indian Defense speaks volumes about the Four Pawns Attack. (Either that or my opponent is that much better than I am. He doesn't have a rating yet, so it's hard to be sure, but I'm guessing he's in the neighborhood of 1400-1500.)

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i must admit after the game started i checked some four pawns attack games :). Yet, i believe i made a mistake and lost a pawn in exchange of little exposing your king-side. In the current position (Move 25) i think i have a slight attack advantage, But time will tell. i do not think my rating is hisher then your tough. ;)

Posted by aaa on July 23, 2005 at 11:37 PM PDT #

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