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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov will share with you an aggressive chess opening for Black that can catch your opponents off guard when facing the 1.d4 opening move. Known as the Budapest Gambit, this opening is designed to create a dynamic and aggressive game right from the start.
Facing White’s queen’s pawn move, 1.d4, can often be challenging for Black players. In this lesson, we’ll introduce you to the Budapest Gambit, an opening that can inject aggression into your game and keep your opponent on their toes.
While some players rely on traps in this opening, GM Igor Smirnov will show you how to build a strong attacking position, regardless of whether your opponent falls for the trap.
00:00 Aggressive Budapest Gambit Chess Opening Against 1.d4
00:58 4…d6, Gambit Style (Adler Variation)
01:12 1st Trap, White loses their queen
01:53 If White doesn’t fall for the queen trap
04:08 If White plays 4.f4 to defend the e5-pawn
05:36 If White plays 4.e4, Alekhine Variation
07:24 White’s queen is trapped again!
07:49 If White plays 6.Nf3 in Alekhine Variation
09:45 If White plays 4.Qd4
11:10 Quiz: Puzzle of the day
11:21 If White plays 4.Bf4, Rubinstein Variation
14:28 If White doesn’t accept the gambit, plays 3.d5
16:51 If White plays the London System
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