The King's Indian seems to present White with a classic "man or mouse" decision - take Black on in one of the critical main lines, or dodge the issue with an innocuous sideline. If you are tired of keeping up to date with rapidly changing main-line theory, but don't want to squeak your way through the opening, the Hungarian Attack offers a very welcome "third way". It is a positionally sound system which also offers White attacking chances against the black king - Black can easily end up in a hopeless position without doing anything obviously wrong. This book guides you through the main themes of the Hungarian Attack and presents you with a well-organized repertoire, which also includes lines against Benoni.
The co-author Forintos is the world's leading expert on this opening and this guide contains a complete and potentially deadly system against the King's Indian and has the first thorough coverage of an aggressive system with surprise value.
- 128 Pages
- Publisher: Everyman
- Published: August, 2000
- 8.3 x 5.7 x 0.4 inches