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Adler vs Geza Maroczy
Budapest (1896), Budapest AUH, Feb-03
Budapest Defense: Adler Variation (A52)  ·  0-1

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Sep-15-08  notyetagm: One of the original games played in the <BUDAPEST DEFENSE>.
Sep-10-09  randomsac: Ow! what a way to walk into a mating net. After the white king moves, the rook delivers a discovered checkmate (or double check for mate).
Jun-05-13
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  whiteshark: The Eagle has landed!
May-22-14  ThumbTack: AS the debut of the Budapest, it is certainly impressive. And it certainly demonstrates that, if you underestimate Black's chances, you can get into serious trouble.
May-23-14  GrahamClayton: White's position after 11...0-0-0 is lost. The game move 12. ♗xb4 loses by force, but there are not many other options 12. 0-0 drops the c4-pawn, while 12. b3 d5 will open the centre, which will favour Black due to his lead in development.
Mar-05-15  Pirandus: The "full name" of Adler is "Mór Adler", he was a goicatore/joueur non-professional. (See: Magyar Sakktörténet 2 (The Games of Géza Maróczy.)
Dec-25-15  pumping707: White king is in trouble
Jul-01-17
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  offramp: A rare example of logical chess opening nomenclature.

This is the first time this opening was ever played. It was played in Budapest and it is called the Budapest Defence. White was Adler and this is called the Adler Variation.

Jul-03-20  Chesgambit: 4.e3 Nxe5 5.f4 (ıf Ng6 h4!!) ıf Nc6 Nc3 Bd2 Qf3 e4 Bd3 0-0-0 Nge2 white is better

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