Basic Budapest gambit idea

PavleKosic
PavleKosic
Oct 7, 2009, 12:00 AM |
30 | Middlegame

Hi everyone, this is my first article after a long time and like the previus ones this is written for guys with rating around 1800-1900. This article have a purpose to familiar you with some basic structure which arise from Budapest gambit. I played lot of games with Budapest gambit, and have really good results with it. When I play against stronger opponents I can draw in majority of situations and its really good to outplay your opponents if they are not so much tactical players. If you look GM games there are some really, I mean really complicated lines in Budapest, but from my personal experience this lines doesnt happen often when playing with under 2000 rated players, so I think its good to see this game, because in most cases this is the structure witch I get in about 80% of my Budapest games.

My opponent is kid from US who have USCF rating 1838 so I was really exciting to play with him with all my strength because I have never played OTB tournament and I am always fired up when ''proffesionall'' chess player is my opponent. This was actually a rematch, in first game I trapped his knight and he resigned in 16moves, so I was confident, and also I saw that he have a tendence to miss tactical blows, so I thought that Budapest gambit would be more suitable to play against him then something like KID which is my second best defense against d4.

Ok, I dont want to talk, or better say write any more, its time to show you the game, any comment is more then welcome. I say once again this article is for guys under 1900, I dont think that players stronger then me can learn something which they dont already know.

 

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