The Fajarowicz variation of the Budapest Gambit is one of Black's most exciting options against 1 d4. Established 'theory' has maintained a dim view of this line, which nevertheless has been a favourite of club players. With a slightly better theoretical reputation its popularity would explode.
In this groundbreaking work, Gutman rehabilitates this ancient gambit with his usual creative and original analysis. A cult book in the making, it is a must for all club and tournament players.
A former second of Viktor Korchnoi, author Lev Gutman is an outstanding expert on opening theory. He is also an International Grandmaster.
Published by Batsford, 287 pages