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.
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Consolation A51 Budapest Gambit I find that at my level ish most of my opponents have never seen the Budapest before, and think they have to play 4. I guess Bf4, defending the pawn with a bishop, just looks wrong to them. That means I hardly ever get to play the main line. Nf3 than Bc5 equalizes for black at the least! Whit must respond 5. Nxc4 with DR4 first choice, interesting to see how tenacious defense gets dismantled.
Black gives up a center pawn and seeks quick development. Nd2 e5 3. Nf3 d6 6. Nc3 8. Qxf5 Nxh1 9. Qd5 h6 Nxc3 8. Qxf5 Na4 9. Qc2 Nc5 Bg2 Bb2 Qb6 Rfd1 Rfd8 Qe4 a5 Popovich, Novi Sad, Nc5 7. Bb2 dxe5 9. Bd3 g6 Nc3 f5 Nd2 Nc5 5.
Ngf3 Nc6 6. Qe7 7. Bg2 g6 8. Nb1 Nxe5 9. Re1 Ne6 Nc3 Nd5 Qd8 Tartakover, IT, London, Bg2 Bf5 9. Qe1 Re8 Nxe4 Rxe4 Nc6 5. Bg4 Nd7 Nd4 Nce5 Qe3 Qf6 Qc1 c6 Kh8 Rab1 Ne4 Ne4 Be6 Nd4 Bxc4 Nxc6 Qxe3 Bxe3 bxc6 Schulien, Op, Columbus, Qxe7 Nxe7 Nd4 Rae8 Rfb1 Ng6 Be2 Ne4 Rac1 Nc5 Nd4 Be4 Nxc6 bxc6 Qa3 9. Rc1 f6 Qd2 d6 Nd4 Be2 Rac1 Rad8 Bg3 Rfe8 Rfe1 Ng6 Rfd1 Rae8 Bg3 f5 Schmidt-Koch, Corres, Qc3 f6 Rfd1 b6 Qxd2 Qxe5 Be2 a5 Ngxe5 8.
Nxe5 Nxe5 9. However, even in , this gambit is played with the slower development of the pieces characteristic of the hypermoderns of that era. In the opinion of my staff and I, this is the wrong approach. Black has given up a pawn for quick development. Therefore, Black should not develop his Bishops on the flanks, but engage them in combat quickly by delpoying to the fourth or fifth ranks in classical style.
Bxd2 Qxd2 d6 Re8 Rfd1 Ng6 Bg3 a5 Rd8 Rfd1 Bf5 Rd2 Bg6 Bc5 Qc3 d6 Bxe5 Qxe5 Rfc1 Rxc5 Rhe8 Rfd1 Rd8 Hansen-Blatny, IT. Amsterdam, Rac1 Ng6 Bg3 h5 Nf3 Bxf3
The Budapest Gambit
I have played the Budapest Gambit over times and have pulled off lots of traps with this Defense. Here is a trap I played at chess. Pretty tricky if you stray from the main line. After that, Black has to be careful to maintain drawing chances.
Openings for Tactical Players: Budapest Gambit
The Budapest Gambit or Budapest Defence is a chess opening that begins with the moves:. Despite an early debut in , the Budapest Gambit received attention from leading players only after a win as Black by Grandmaster Milan Vidmar over Akiba Rubinstein in It experiences a lower percentage of draws than other main lines, but also a lower overall performance for Black. After 3. Ne4 which concentrates on the rapid development of pieces, but the most common move is Ng4 with three main possibilities for White.