Basic Opening Chess Trap – Budapest Gambit 27.01.2024 IM Sagar Shah tells you about a well known trap in the Budapest Gambit (d4 Nf6 c4 e5) with the help of a father-son story! Post navigation PreviousNext 50 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments dude!! not only youre very informative youre funny too Lol Reply does anyone know what chess set he's using? it's beautiful Reply Sagar Sir watched the whole series of this and had 1 major learning that if You are 8 YO and your father teaches You chess tell him to give You full instructions Reply Beatiful chess set! How many? Reply Pawn could have taken the knight Reply How can it be Checkmate when there’s a pawn on e2xnd3? Reply Wow Sagar sir best I will se your all video Reply Can the pawn not take the horse Reply Ese kon rota h sagar bhai😂😂 Reply Great stories 😄 Reply bhaisahab yeh kis line me aa gaye aap, aapko TV serials me jaana chahiye waha bohut scope hai 😂😂 Reply Fun Fact:The 8 year old boy's age is never increasing Reply The determined flame formerly regret because competition conceptually scratch from a cowardly john. marked, flaky lilac Reply I don't know why but I made a copy for notes of all the opening traps Reply 92329th view lol Reply Your Explanation of the gambit !! Hilarious 😂 Reply Sagar Shah Sir, In the timeline 3:14 "Knight can be taken by the pawn Reply Sir your way of teaching while story telling is great Reply 103970th view lol Reply Hello at last when knight gave check why that pawn can't kill that knight I am begginer tell me why that can't move Reply Sagar spoke like as if the boy will play Magnus Carlsen Reply Here are Budapest gambit traps for a quick win. This is a very sound gambit against d4. It’s the sharp gambit but if you treat this gambit carefully then you are safe. Strong players use this gambit against beginners and club players for quick results. Budapest gambit trap is one of the traps which d4 players should prepare, because if white gets into this trap then he needs to resign within 10 moves. Click on below link to watch the video related to Budapest Gambit. https://youtu.be/kfPh7VYjypI Reply 2:18 boo boo boo boomeranggg😂😂😂😂😂 Reply no at 3:52 it not a checkmate he would take the knight with the pawn Reply Excellent! Reply You go too fast.. sometimes it's very difficult to understand what is happening Reply On 3.21 if we capture knight with pawn … when u said its a mate ??? Reply There is no such thing as free piece usually ! Reply What if he defend with pawn instead of bishop? Reply ChessBASED India Reply nothing goes like you say my rating just gets lower and lower Reply Samay is obsessed with this gambit Reply It was not a mate, If you see at 3:20 pawn can take the knight. I think some how you missed it Reply Samay raina favourite opening Reply I Love This… Reply Ur way of explanation is simply superb Reply Disclaimer: No sons were harm during budapest gambit Reply plot twist : Sagar Shah was the kid!! Reply All thing is good but sir why do you not speak in hindi . It will be more better than speaking English . Nowadays people feels a specific type of pleasure in English speaking but those people should be ashemed of …Why do we avoid in speaking Hindi. Nothing can be worst and full of shame for indians Reply The story hits me more than it should Reply ROL! This is the best Reply Hi , i loved this chess pieces , where I can buy this . Reply Legend says Sagar Shah fell into this Gambit in his childhood❤️ Reply How is it check mate when the pawn could take the knight Reply from where can i buy this chess board model? Reply https://youtu.be/g1gE3fGmWo0 Reply Where did you get that chess set Sagar? Reply Brilliant brilliant video 🎉 Reply Just seeing my face gives me stomach pain, piggy, unhealthy people…. Keep eating dogs. Reply Check out the complete playlist of Basic Opening Chess Traps: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9WYcwsWaJ7puDxl2aTBiMsnFQ3OR0_Qu Reply Comments navigation Newer comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.