By Lev Gutman
The Fajarowitz edition of the Budapest Gambit is one in every of Black's most enjoyable strategies opposed to 1 d4. verified "theory" has maintained a dim view of this line, which however has been a favourite of membership gamers. during this groundbreaking paintings, Gutman, a global Grandmaster and professional on beginning concept, rehabilitates this historical gambit together with his traditional inventive and unique research. A cult within the making, it's a needs to for all membership and match players.Intermediate
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Li:lc3 li:lc6, Gutman. g. li:ld4 YMg6 14 . li:le4?! xd6?! YMb3 li:lc5 with a draw, Gutm an. g. YMd2 li:le5, while after S ... ixc4+?! Vc2 • - ... \Wl . 'f� . ,. ' ' ' f. ". ;·� ', � � ---:.. 7:tf i�J�···w �/. • •• - - iQ:. - ' -�· . � . . Q!. a3 is best answered by 5 ... �c3 �c6 (for 5 ... d6!? f4?! g3 is strongly met by I I .. ie5 ! ic5+?! �ge2? ih3+ 0:1 ) goes back into the main line, Gutman. "As Borik says, this is the hardest move to meet. �c2 depends on whether Black can support the knight for the one move by d7-d5 as a prepa ration for ..
0g0 /0xf2! lxe3+) 10 ... icS, while 9 ... /Od2. g. Je l+ 13. Ia3 /0b4, Anatoli Matsukevkh) 1 ... hd6 reaches one critical position. �e2 Jd4 0: 1 Ness Rigenstrup, Drammen 1 947) 9 ... lc5!? ixg3, Borik) IO ... eg6! threatening 14 .. ixd2 mate Klastev - Do nev, Bulgaria 1 954) 9 ... lt:lc5 (9 ... lt:lb4?! ea4 ef6) 1 2 .. e3 ? g. xd3�d3. lt:la5 (9.. g. IO .. lt:lb4? a3, Davey Richter, corr 1 985, or 1 O ... g. ed7! ( The world premiere could have been perfect after 16 ... lt:lf3 ge l+! 'it>h2 lt:lc 2!?
FxdS, a line regarded as good for Black - Chapter 3, Section 2, while 6 ... ltlxc3 (6.. a3? faS, Roger Thomsen) 8 .. fe7 with a pleas ant position for Black, Gutman. e3 looks a bit passive. id3? g. �fS ! id2? a3!? g. ltlg3 8. rc4or 7.. cxd5 Ad? ltlc3?! ra4+?! ltlc5 (on 6 ... ltld4! d6 is wrong due to 8 ... g. e3 0-0-0) 8 ... ltlb5 c6 (IO... ;le? 0-0 a4 with counterplay, Gutman. txe4 appears inade quate, Feistenauer - Philipps, corr 1 990. • Black i� intent on commencing a central battle and hopes to prove that the white queen u misplaced on c2.