Geller on the King’s Indian

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

Sliwa-Geller

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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