When the knight is on g6, protecting the castled king, there’s a possibility to harass it. How? By playing h4-h5.

In this lesson, GM Gabuzyan shows how this works in practice.

You’ll see different examples on the theme, where because Black’s knight was located on the g6-square. In that case, White launched a strong attack by playing h4-h5.

The same also applies if White’s knight were on g3. In that case, Black could launch an attack with …h5-h4.

Also, there’s another way to exploit the poor position of the knight on g6(or g3). It’s covered in the 1st part 👇

You saw how one side was able to launch a successful attack by harassing the knight on g6 (or g3).
To learn more attacking concepts, watch GM Avetik’s course ‘Classical Attacking Games’ 👇

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