Annotated by last_archimedean (1355): One of the fastest tournamaent games ever! QP openings are more geared towards long positional games than quickies. Every now and again, though... Preparing for an Indian defense. The usual move... Hanauer decides to gamble with the Budapest Gambit. Arnold tries to seize space by declining the Pawn. The problem with Arnold's 3rd move is it relinquished control of this square. Hanauer already has…|
Annotated by kansasjayhawk (1652): This game comes to a sudden end when White overlooks a combination. This is the Budapest Gambit. White should have taken the pawn instead. This move isn't bad, but simplifies things too much. This move hampers White's development. Qd3 would have been wiser, and White could answer Nb4 with Qd2. Completeing development. White intends to develop his bishop to g2, but the bishop will…|
Annotated by abro (1705): Budapest Gambit.
Sharp and full of traps. White declines Gambit. Rook comes to e-file, while White King is still in center. = ?!
This is not good move. But playing risky and unnatural moves, make opponent astray. This is good move as breaks center and free the bishop. White's bishop is pretty strong, Black should do something about it. Now a1 rook is temoparay out of play. Black…|