BUDAPEST GAMBIT PDF

It has always been a particular favourite at club level, where it still provides a surprise weapon, but it has also been utilized with success by top-class Grandmasters. In this book Timothy Taylor offers an in-depth study of the Budapest Gambit and its many variations. Using illustrative games, Taylor presents up-to-date analysis of the theory, makes recommendations on the best options for Black and White, and covers the typical plans for both sides. This book provides everything you need to know about this fascinating opening. Features include: covers both the main lines and tricky deviations; highlights crucial tactical and positional ideas; and, packed with original analysis.

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History[ edit ] In a Chess Notes feature article, Edward Winter showed that the origins of this opening are not yet entirely elucidated. This game already featured some key aspects of the gambit, such as active play for the black pieces, and White making the typical mistake of moving the queen too early.

As the player of the white pieces was not a strong player, the new opening went unnoticed apart from the local experts who had witnessed the game. Breyer played it in against the Dutch surgeon Johannes Esser in a small tournament in Budapest. Carl Schlechter published an optimistic analysis of the gambit in the Deutsche Schachzeitung. Vidmar had to play Black in the first round against Rubinstein, then ranked the fourth best player in the world with a very positional style.

Top players like Savielly Tartakower and Siegbert Tarrasch started to play it. Schlechter published in the monograph Die budapester Verteidigung des Damengambits, [10] which can be considered the first book on this opening. The gambit reached its peak of popularity around five Budapest Gambits for every thousand games played around , [11] so much so that many White players adopted the move-order 1. Nf3 to avoid it. Alexander Alekhine showed how White could get a strong attack with 4.

Another tournament in Semmering the same year saw Alekhine losing to Karl Gilg in his pet line with White against the gambit, so that the e4-line had a mixed reputation. Rubinstein showed how White could get a small positional advantage with 4. Bf4 Nc6 5.

Nbd2, an assessment still valid today. The possibility 6. Nc3 was also considered attractive, as structural weaknesses were not valued as much as a material advantage of one pawn in those days. By the end of the s, despite the invention of the highly original Fajarowicz variation Ne4 in , the Budapest Gambit was considered theoretically dubious.

During that time, various responses were developed against the 4. Bf4 line; these included The master Kaposztas showed that even when White succeeded in his positional plan, it only meant for Black a worse endgame with drawish tendencies. Nbd2 still in the 4. Bf4 line , based on pawn pushes d7—d6 or f7—f6 and a quick attack against b2.

Bf4 g5, the Budapest Gambit almost never appears at the highest level. The percentage of draws is especially low compared to mainstream alternatives such as This opening gives more chance to win for both opponents, although the percentage of Black wins is still lower than the alternative In the main line 3. Bf4 the percentage of Black wins already falls to While White has several methods to get a small advantage, this defence is strategically sound.

Black gets a good pawn structure and possibilities of attack on the kingside. His problems generally come from the white pressure on the d-column and a lack of space to manoeuvre his pieces. Boris Avrukh writes, "The Budapest Gambit is almost a respectable opening; I doubt there is a refutation.

Even in the lines where White manages to keep an extra pawn, Black always has a lot of play for it.

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Chess Online Mar 2, 9. Despite an budapets debut inthe Budapest Gambit budapext attention from leading players only after a win as Black by Grandmaster Milan Vidmar over Akiba Rubinstein in Nc3 keeps the material advantage of a pawn at the cost of a weakening of the white pawn structure. The other gambit, In other projects Wikibooks. Alexander Alekhine showed how White could get a strong attack with 4.

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History[ edit ] In a Chess Notes feature article, Edward Winter showed that the origins of this opening are not yet entirely elucidated. This game already featured some key aspects of the gambit, such as active play for the black pieces, and White making the typical mistake of moving the queen too early. As the player of the white pieces was not a strong player, the new opening went unnoticed apart from the local experts who had witnessed the game. Breyer played it in against the Dutch surgeon Johannes Esser in a small tournament in Budapest. Carl Schlechter published an optimistic analysis of the gambit in the Deutsche Schachzeitung. Vidmar had to play Black in the first round against Rubinstein, then ranked the fourth best player in the world with a very positional style. Top players like Savielly Tartakower and Siegbert Tarrasch started to play it.

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