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. Exploring the strength of this opening has been an exciting journey for me. When I started to get interested in this underestimated opening I knew very little but now books and articles about this exciting opening take up a lot of space in my office. Then the fun started… Analysing this material I started to see the beauty and strength of the Budapest. In fact, I was surprised, how good this opening actually is! On this DVD I share my findings with you. Join me on my journey to discover the strength of the Budapest Gambit.
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It is astonishing that today’s most important system in the Sicilian starts with the unlikely move 5...a6. The move by the rook’s pawn does nothing for the development of the pieces, so why then does Black play it? Well, it is almost also useful to prevent White’s minor pieces from getting on the b5-square, and in addition it prepares a counter-attack on the queenside with …b7-b5. In certain circumstances there is the threat of ...b4 driving away the Nc3, which puts the e4-pawn under pressure e4. Seen like this, 5...a6 is a preparation for the attack on the white centre! The great rise of the Najdorf Variation – named after the Polish-Argentinian grandmaster Miguel Najdorf (1910–1997) – began in the 1950s. World champions Petrosian, Tal and Fischer played this opening, and Kasparov too was feared because of his precise treatment of the sharp Najdorf lines.=> Más productos: Najdorf
• Video running time: 6 hours (English)
• With interactive training including video feedback
• Database with model games
• Extra: Further Training chapter with repertoire and play features