Budapest Gambit, Opening Traps For Black Compiled by Peter Yang –* queen trap in the opening (A52) Budapest Gambit, 6 moves, 1 game. budapest gambit trap, mate in 8 moves Heres a quick game with the budapest gambit system. this move actually sets up a trap, which my opponent bit on. The Bb4 is attacked but Black does not have to move it for the moment, and instead both regains the gambit pawn and sets a trap.

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Bd3 gmabit it is extremely dangerous for Black to take the offered e3-pawn, as White gets a fierce kingside attack for free. Nh3 or the other move-order 4. Rd1 White gets his pawn back and has created a weak pawn in d7, while if Black declines the pawn he has difficulties in developing his queenside for example Nf3 would allow Here the best reply for White is controversial.

Bc5 White has prematurely blocked the central position, giving the a7—g1 diagonal to Black for his bishop. But in the s it was discovered that the push a7—a5 was actually a very useful one for Black, as it allows the Ra8 to be developed along the sixth rank.

Nd3 mate remains and indirectly defends the Bb4 from capture. Qc2 is not on the danger list”. Major Lag kylewarren 18 min ago. Bf4 variation this is seldom the case because the Bf4 is well placed to protect White’s kingside.

His queen went for pawn hunting and missed the mate in 1 move.

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Budapest Gambit + Trap Swapping + Resigning

However, considering the closed nature of the position, White faces substantial difficulties in the realisation of this nominal advantage. Ne4, one point being that the retreat Jan 22, 1. A possibility for Black is to develop his light-square bishop rapidly, by prioritising gamgit moves b7—b6 and Bc8—b7 over castling and d7—d6.

Nd3 mate see the gambir ” Kieninger trap “. Qxd2 see diagram White gets the bishop pair and a space advantage. In other projects Wikibooks.

However, the extended pawn centre has its drawbacks, as Lalic explains: Black succeeds in keeping the file closed. Nf3 controls the e5-square in order to prepare the push f4—f5.

The master Kaposztas showed that even when White succeeded in his positional plan, it only meant for Black a worse endgame with drawish tendencies. Budapesf, White does not have to fear The “Budapest rook” was an invigorating innovation of the s, and gave the gambit new life. After the moves 6. An important theoretical decision for White is to choose whether to play a2—a3.

Placing the bishop on the c5-square also has subtler points, as Tseitlin explains: Declining the gambit is almost never seen in master play because it promises White equality at best.

White is ready to push the c4-pawn. Vidmar followed Abonyi’s advice and beat Rubinstein convincingly in just 24 moves. All Blogs Blog Home. This is the only important line in the Budapest where Black is not ensured of regaining his sacrificed pawn. After the mandatory Qd4 as it protects the e5-pawn and attacks the Ng4.

Budapest Gambit + Trap Swapping + Resigning

Black has time to increase the pressure. Hence in this variation Black lets White build his pawn centre only to undermine it later, a playing philosophy espoused in the teachings of the hypermodern school.


Posted days 6 hours and 32 minutes ago. ChessBase contains 76 games where white has lost this way; even after budapet exchange 8.

If White is compelled to play Nb1—d2, it is sometimes a minuscule positional concession, as it makes budapeest harder for this knight to reach its ideal square d5. The first use of the opening against a world-class player was at Berlin in Aprila double round-robin tournament with four players: Sign up or Connect to Play Chess. The black queen also gains access to the a5-square, from where it puts pressure on the e1—a5 diagonal aimed towards the white king.

Budapest Gambit

Please turn on javascript in your browser to play chess. Black tries to take advantage of the fact White has moved his dark-squared bishop away from the queenside, leaving the b2-pawn without protection.

White can avoid the push a2—a3 and continue with the standard plans of the 7. Qc2 is the move “that gives Black the most problems to solve”, [] but Lalic does not agree at all, stating that the reply ” Thus, the typical move-order became 7. Nb3 Bd6; or Nd2, for with the knight threatening to jump to d5, Black will sooner or later be forced to exchange his important dark-squared bishop for it.