[Event "London Repertoire: London - King Indian Setup"] [Site "https://lichess.org/study/UJXL2vKl/2s25hegG"] [Date "2023.04.01"] [White "London"] [Black "King Indian Setup"] [Result "*"] [UTCDate "2023.04.12"] [UTCTime "01:37:45"] [Variant "Standard"] [ECO "A48"] [Opening "London System"] [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/Rizsatt"] [Source "https://lichess.org/study/UJXL2vKl/2s25hegG"] [Orientation "white"] { [%evp 0,19,29,24,22,24,44,46,45,41,28,26,14,32,5,2,29,-8,-11,-28,-19,-16] } 1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 g6 3. Bf4 Bg7 4. e3 O-O 5. Be2 { Remember! With the pawn on g6+Bishop on g7, the best square for the white-squared Bishop is on e2. } 5... d6 6. h3 { One subtlety: Let's keep our Bishop safe from the ideas of ...Nh5. } 6... Nbd7 { Black's idea in this scheme is to play ...Re8–...e5. } 7. O-O Re8 8. Nbd2 { Keeping the c-pawn flexible, as in these positions it usually goes directly to c4, gaining space in the center and on the queenside. } 8... e5 9. Bh2 { Keeping the tension in the center. } 9... e4 { Black sets the game, which usually leads to races: We will attack the queenside and Black on the kingside. } 10. Ne1 { We're going to stick with c4–b4, and try to set up a queenside advance. Black will try a kingside attack. } *