This book offers a White repertoire, against the Grunfeld and King's Indian, with 1.d4,Nf6; 2.c4,g6; 3.f3. The move order is an effective Anti-Grunfeld weapon, but it also allows an alternative approach to the King's Indian. While Svetushkin's main repertoire against 3...Bg7 4.e4 d6 5.Nc3 transposes to the Saemisch, the author also discusses the original set-up with postponed Nbc3. It brings about fresh unexplored positions.
Parts 1 and 2 of the book examine the Grunfeld Defence 3..d5. Part 3 looks at Benko/Benoni systems where Black plays 3..c5; and parts 4-8 concentrate on the King's Indian Saemisch, including ...c5; lines, the Panno Variation, Byrne System and Classical Main Line. Part 9 considers alternative lines for White in the Saemisch, in which he avoids playing Nc3.
Each chapter is formatted in three parts for clarity: "Main Ideas", "Step-by-Step" and "Complete Games".
The author is a Moldovan Grandmaster (Elo 2608) who has played in six olympiads and has been playing the Saemisch System for 10 years.
Published 2013, softback, 232 pages.View sample pages (pdf)