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The Budapest Gambit is the courageous attempt by Black to seize the initiative right from the second move and to achieve active play for his pieces. Instead of patiently preparing ...e5, as e.g. in the Old Indian or in the King’s Indian, Black simply plays that move as a pawn sacrifice, which in the event of 3.dxe5 causes disruption to White’s pawn structure. The gambit became better known and more popular when Milan Vidmar defeated Akiba Rubinstein with it in the Berlin Tournament of 1918 and when as a result other grandmasters such as Tartakower and Spielmann took up Black’s idea. The main line of the gambit arises after 3.dxe5 Ng4, but 3...Ne4 – the Fajarowicz Gambit – deserves a mention too.
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An aggressive Williams Repertoire
This DVD concentrates on the King’s Gambit accepted with 3.Bc4. Williams has included a lot of novelties and interesting attacking variations that should wet the lips of any attacking player, looking for an interesting way of meeting 1...e5!
por Simon Williams
The Exciting Budapest Gambit
The Budapest Gambit is an exciting and fun way to play against 1.d4 and 2.c4 – replying with 1...Nf6 and 2...e5. In this video you will learn how to pose problems for White with this fascinating opening.
por Simon Williams
Meeting the Gambits Vol.2 - Gambits after 1.d4
When facing gambits the most important thing is not to panic, a feeling usually induced by lack of knowledge. Keep calm, learn the antidotes and face the aggression with renewed confidence.