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To make the right choice of opening system is therefore of crucial importance for these players if they want to make the most of what they have. Below master level and especially with Black, the most crucial thing is to strive for the initiative. It is absolutely no good trying to gradually equalize. Leave that to Karpov, Kramnik and the world championship matches, where we can admire the defensive technique from afar. Try this style at club level and one ends up exhausted and frustrated.
Pressurizing the opponent means getting on to the attack and this is where the fiery Budapest Gambit comes into play. After 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e5 Black immediately takes the fight to White at the cost of a pawn. Active piece play is the predominant theme.
Tactics abound. White can lose in a few moves if he or she does not know what they are doing. A life and death struggle is rarely what the White player wants at such an early stage of the game. At the very least the position will be laced with interest.
Study of the Budapest Gambit will place an extremely dangerous weapon into the hands of the club player. Video running time: 4 hours 20 min. Depending on their intended use, analysis cookies and marketing cookies may be used in addition to technically required cookies. Here you can make detailed settings or revoke your consent if necessary partially with effect for the future. Further information can be found in our data protection declaration.
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A sharp Slav Vol. Without a White Knight on c3 the positon becomes radically different to the earlier line, but the idea of disruption is still the key to understanding Black's play. In this precise position Black plans Meeting the Gambits Vol. Keep calm, learn the antidotes and face the aggression with renewed confidence.
The surprising Sicilian - Shock your opponent with an early The Blumenfeld Gambit - A sharp weapon in the Benoni It was back in the s that the Russian master Benjamin Blumenfeld invented his famous gambit 1. Nf3 c5 4. Black plays for the initiative and the win from the word go. The Elephant Gambit Let Andrew Martin select a repertoire for you on this 60 mins, which, if used with discretion, will rack up the points.
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Openings for Tactical Players: Budapest Gambit
The Budapest Gambit is one of the least common gambits but still offers black a lot of interesting play. In the main line for example, white can easily fall into a trap that ends in checkmate very early in the game. In the second move, black looks to give up his pawn on e5 but then starts to develop of his pieces to add pressure on the e5 pawn. White will be unable to hold onto the extra pawn and therefore many times will just give back the pawn and continue to develop pieces and not worry about the pawn advantage.
The Budapest Gambit
Amateurs and club players really like the variety of opening traps there. Here is one of the most popular traps. Even though it is very well known, it still keeps claiming new victims. GM Gserper. Apr 18, , AM. The Budapest gambit's appeal to top GMs can be explained by the next story. GM Milan Vidmar was supposed to play Black against legendary Akiba Rubinstein in the first round of a big international tournament.