The famous Grandmaster Victor Bologan (Elo 2690) offers a complete Black repertoire based on "probably the most romantic response to 1 d4" (Bologan) - the King's Indian Defence. He explains the concept of the book as follows: "I have tried to reveal to you the true spirit of the King's Indian Defence - to uncover for you its secrets and to show you its typical resources. The Yugoslavian "Chess Encyclopedia" devotes almost a half of Volume 5 to the K.I.D., with indexes from E60 up to E99. However, I did not feel bound by these frames, despite their size, and I have tried to explain to you when Black should direct the fight in the spirit of the Benko Gambit or the Modern Benoni... The book is written for chess players of all levels, since the principles of the King's Indian Defence are equally applicable to the amateurs as well as to the super-grandmasters."