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My favorite Against white playing d4 then c4. 6 mai 2014
Par J. D. Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Have any of those guys commenting ever TRIED the Budapest?
I beg to differ. I love it! I was always playing behind and unsure when white went into the Queen's pawn opening and Indian with c4. They were far ahead in experience and I was always unsure how to proceed. Not now - not with the Budapest. It puts THEM in unsure territory.
And you will see them SWEAT. I was about a 1600 player and tried it out OTB against a 1800-1900 player. Seems he'd never seen it and I could see how he was in unsure waters. This was after I studied the Budapest for about a week. At one point, about 12 moves in, he arrogantly said "I'm actually having to think here."
I kept him at bay well into the middle game and finally his superior skills overtook me but I enjoyed every minute of watching him squirm, as he knew I was way less rated than him. (Actually, my USCF was around 1200 at the time, but had practiced a lot and improved before playing another tournament) The guy would look up at me many times, as if to say, "I think you're sandbagging with your 1200 rating story."
Anyway, if someone keeps playing d4, c4 against you, this is the Defense to play. It's kind of like Alekhine's Opening, also by Taylor, it's a great one to know to add to your reportoire and throw them off.
Another great book by Taylor, the Budapest Gambit. You can't go wrong with his books.
An opening to get the opponent out of the comfort zone 18 décembre 2014
Par Ingo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The Budapest Gambit is a risky opening but it has a surprise effect as it gets the opponent out of the comfort zone from the second move on.It is relatively easy to learn and instantly gives black the initiative. If you are an attacking chess player I recommend this opening.
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There is a negative side to the Budapest Gambit 4 juin 2014
Par Jamal H. Munshi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Engine analysis can show that e6 is better than e5 in this case.
i wrote a piece on this topic
it is available for download online
search "comparing chess openings part 3"
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A top pick for any collection with a focus on chess strategy 16 septembre 2009
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Chess has captivated thousands by being a game of endless strategy and metagaming. "The Budapest Gambit" describes this tactic embraced by chess grandmasters in incredible depth. Written by US Champion Chess player Timothy Taylor, "The Budapest Gambit" describes situations for both the black and white sides of the board. There is much to teach both the amateur and experienced player about the game and this complex strategy. "The Budapest Gambit" is a top pick for any collection with a focus on chess strategy.
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