Struggling against the Budapest Gambit? · Training Game

The Budapest is an aggressive gambit, but a setup I chose against it in this game gives white a very pleasant position with very little risk. While black regains his pawn, white gets to develop his pieces to very active squares and actually starts an attack first.

This was a 15-move miniature in which all of my developed pieces coordinated perfectly for a potential mating attack which my opponent allowed with two imprecise moves.

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