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The Budapest Fajarowicz

Gutman Lev

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e5 3.dxe5 Ne4. The Fajarowicz variation of the Budapest Gambit is one of Black`s most exciting options against 1 d4. Established `theory` has maintained a dim view of this line, which nevertheless has been a favourite of club players.

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The past and the future of the Fajarowicz-Richter Gambit

Summary
The Fajarowicz variation of the Budapest Gambit is one of Black`s most exciting options against 1 d4. Established `theory` has maintained a dim view of this line, which nevertheless has been a favourite of club players. With a slightly better theoretical reputation its popularity would explode.In this groundbreaking work, Gutman rehabilitates this ancient gambit with his usual, creative and original analysis. A cult book in the making, it is a must for all club and tournament players

About the Author
Lev Gutman is an International Grandmaster who emigrated from Russia to Israel in the early 1980s and then went on to live in Germany. A former second of Viktor Korchnoi, he is also known as an outstanding expert on opening theory. One of Gutman`s particular claims to fame is that he once won the Rigan Chess Championship and `Free Fight` Championship in the same year. Not an author to be trifled with!


Information
  • Casa editrice Batsford
  • Code 5008
  • Pagine p. 288
  • Anno 2004
  • Isbn 9780713487084

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