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Budapest Gambit 3...Ng4 & Fajarowicz 3...Ne4 [A51-52]
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01/13/15 at 15:46:17
This game was mentioned in the current month's update. Stockfish suggests a surprising improvement on move 12: Rc1!
[pgn][Event "Malatya Golden Apricot op 3rd"]
Started 01/23/17 at 22:38:02 by jdart
01/24/17 at 11:51:25
Recent Budapest 3...Ng4 High-Level Book
What are some good books that focus on the Budapest with 3...Ng4 for Black that are fairly recent, and good for those who are 2200 minimum? I think that there was Moskalenko's book but that was 2008, ...
Started 03/22/15 at 08:49:47 by DenVerdsligeRejsende
03/23/15 at 17:06:58
I actually started looking at the lines in Squeezing the Gambits a few weeks ago. I also looked some at Taylor's The Budapest Gambit. The lines recommended in Squeezing the Gambits look like they give...
Started 01/17/14 at 15:21:04 by fling
08/15/14 at 01:27:39
08/13/14 at 14:36:23
A52: Budapest Gambit: how is it holding up?
Hello everyone!! This is my first post on ChessPub and I'd like to begin with my secondary (for now) defence to 1.d4 2.c4 , the BG (Budapest Gambit) 1.d4 Nf6 2. c4 e5 3.dxe5 Ng4 (3..Ne4? 4.a3!) How is...
Started 07/28/14 at 18:01:07 by Roeczak
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08/03/14 at 20:31:43
"Fighting for the initiative with the Fajarowicz Gambit " by Robert Ris is out for some time now and I don't know if it had already a topic about it (I don't find it in the "Daring defences to 1.d4" s...
Started 05/22/13 at 20:42:39 by Michel Barbaut
06/19/13 at 10:59:26
A Budapest middlegame
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e5 3. dxe5 Ng4 4. Bf4 Nc6 5. Nf3 Bb4+ 6. Nbd2 Qe7 7. e3
Ngxe5 8. Nxe5 Nxe5 9. Be2 O-O 10. O-O Ng6 11. Bg3 Bd6 12. Bxd6 Qxd6 13. Ne4
Qe7 14. Nc3 d6 15. Nd5 Qd8 16. g3...
Started 08/20/11 at 22:33:43 by nexirae
08/22/11 at 02:51:03
Black sacs 3 pawns in Budapest Declined 3. d5 b5!?
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e5 3. d5 b5 is a new way for Black to counter declining the Budapest with 3. d5.
In the following line (not all of which is necessarily forced) after 3...b5 4. cxb5 a6 5. bxa...
Started 06/12/11 at 21:42:20 by George Jempty
06/12/11 at 21:42:19
By: George Jempty
03/05/11 at 06:33:11
Avoiding Buda (Faja) 2.Nf3
Nowadays most of players avoid Buda lines with 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3.
However if somebody is interested in Faja, he can still trasposes via 2..d6 3.c4 e5!? 4.dxe5 Ne4; in fact line 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e5 3.dx...
Started 10/28/10 at 22:13:35 by AMM
10/29/10 at 19:42:20
How do you play against Nbd2 in the Adler variation of the Budapest? I am sort of new to this opening but it seems to make black's attack much tougher.
Started 07/23/10 at 02:15:42 by vasilicus
07/23/10 at 02:15:41
That move has to be bad but I struggle to find how black does continue aggressively after 1.d4 Cf6 2.c4 e5 3.d5
Classical continuation I encountered: 3...Fc5 4.e3 and then I found it difficult to...
Started 06/19/10 at 09:09:23 by jeome
06/19/10 at 14:07:56
Budapest Gambit Theory
Hi, I am an ex-scholastic player looking for something to play against d4. This is a common problem in my game - I keep switching openings against the Queen's Gambit. In the last two years I have sw...
Started 06/05/10 at 22:07:42 by vasilicus
06/17/10 at 22:19:10
Albin Counter Gambit
Hi! I'm a newbie and I just started playing the Albin Counter Gambit as a counter to the Queen's Gambit. My recent game ran:
1. d4 d5 2. c4 e5 3. dxe5 d4 4. Nf3 Nc6 5. e3 Bb4+ 6. Bd2 dxe3<br /...
Started 05/24/10 at 12:19:35 by arcee
05/30/10 at 05:33:47
Budapest, Alekhine attack
1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e5 3 dxe5 Ng4 4 e4 h5 5 Be2 Nc6 6 Nf3 Bc5 7 O-O Ncxe5
In his new book, Timothy Taylor (essentially) stops his analysis here, which is quite dismaying since he basically claims these...
Started 01/24/10 at 08:31:17 by nexirae
02/18/10 at 13:37:00
In the Two Knights Tango, after 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 Nc6 3 Nf3 the normal move is 3...e6. But can Black play 3...e5 as if it were a Budapest with ...Nc6 and Nf3 tossed in? 4 dxe5 Ng4 would transpose to a k...
Started 10/27/09 at 00:15:43 by pacificknight
10/27/09 at 13:02:00
Taylor's Budapest Book - disappointing
Frankly, rather dismal.
1. Poor analysis.
e4 Nb2 <br ...
Started 10/19/09 at 15:10:51 by Bibs
10/19/09 at 18:57:50
08/17/09 at 14:42:26
Enclosed you can see a remarkable attacking game played in Spain some years ago and published in recent book of Budapest gambit by Viktor Moskalenko It would be interesting on suggestin...
Started 03/09/09 at 20:45:41 by AMM
04/26/09 at 18:40:19
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