If with Black you want to play for a win against 1.d4, 1.c4 or 1.Nf3, the King’s Indian remains a good choice. Of course the risk is correspondingly somewhat greater. That was recognised by both Bobby Fischer and Garry Kasparov, who for years had the King’s Indian opening as part of their repertoire, but did not employ it during their WCh matches. Our Powerbook gives you the chance to make valuable discoveries: better than averagely successful variations for White or secret weapons for Black.
The King’s Indian Powerbook 2021 is based above all on 264 000 games from the engine room of playchess.com with the addition of more than 107 000 games played by humans. The threshold of an average of 2375 for both players guarantees the high quality of the statistics. But what makes the Powerbook so valuable is that by searching a little you can discover nice secret variations for both sides.