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Queen's Indian Defense

Post by Chemwong on May 5th 2012, 10:28 pm

I am not sure if ICS has taught us how to deal with QID implicitly but I really have no recollection of this. Also, I believe QID is a real "threat" when using ICS recommended move order if we have no idea of it.

Anyway,when I look up "defense" against QID, I saw such silly thing:

http://www.365chess.com/view_game.php?g=3716142

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3. g3 (Exactly my opening move order)
3...b6?! 4.Bg2! Bg7?? 5.Nf3??

Did that present gentlemanship or poor sportsmanship? Please supply your finding if you investigated such dark matter:)

I would like to know if I play the 3.g3 move-order, would the possibility of getting Queen's Indian Defense vanish, or at least force black to accept an inferior form of QID? Please help me... After all I am using a annoying rare move order (Can be said so for Class C~Class A)!

P.S. My chess coach recommended me to change my rep. against Gruenfeld and KID (from ICS) to Fianchetto line to further unify my rep. (ICS is Catalan based) so I grabbed a data dump book "King's Indian and Grunfeld Fianchetto Lines. By Lasha Janigava" and changed my move order.

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