Re: newshutz - Positional, but I hope not boring [22:49]
Sorry for the slow response, Wolfgang
The videos on KIA and Barcza on this site are a good start. The King's Indian Defense videos should give you ideas, also. BKildahl's analysis videos are very nice introduction for club and class players. Also, I am in a tournament cycle (4 tournaments in 5 weeks), so I should have more material for videos soon :). I played two KIA games last weekend, one was more like a Reti, and I lost the other (endgame mistake in time pressure).
I found Modern King's Indian Attack
by Hall and Cartier useful. It is a collection of games, with many analyzed. It does not suggest lines, but does recommend approaches. (It is here
I have just received Keene's Flank Openings
, but not looked at it yet.
If you do not have a general opening survey book, yet. I recommend Seirawan's Winning Chess Openings
in which he recommends KIA, KID, and Pirc as a starting repertoire. (here