Silent killer of the King’s Indian · Training Game

I played a rare setup against the King’s Indian Defense. A variation which I saw in a game recently and really liked (I can’t remember what game it was, sorry), so I wanted to get the same type of position.

It’s basically a fianchetto setup against the KID, but without the normal e4 e5 tension, because white plays more passively with e3, simply wanting to reinforce his center without e5 or c5 forcing a reaction.

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