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Mikhail Gurevich vs Normunds Miezis
Bonn GSK (1996)  ·  Budapest Defense: Rubinstein Variation (A52)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Aug-01-06
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  plang: A good example of the advantage of the two bishops. It is easy to see, from this game, why Budapest Gambit isn't played very often. Black's counterplay is not as dynamic as in some other gambits. This is one of the thirty games included in Nunn's "Understanding Chess Move by Move" which is an excellent book. Nunn's notes balance detailed explanations with his usual superior analysis.
Dec-23-08  BaranDuin: To be fair to the Budapest, black didn't play the best moves in the opening. 10. ... d6 was required to prevent c5. After that white would still have a small advantage, but nothing black shouldn't be able to defend.
Mar-03-09  WhiteRook48: Heh! Trapped!
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