Geller on the King’s Indian

A modest start to the process of learning more about the King’s Indian.


g3 King’s Indian

Budapest 1952(8)

White is usually not so generous with the centre and would normally play e2-e4 to prevent Black from taking over with ..e4 etc.

After 14.Na4(Diagram)

Black has a ideal pawn chain in the center and a typical way to attack the kingside is ..h5-h4 etc.

Is there something even better?

After 14.Na4

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