After 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e5, black has a development lead. In addition, white has weakened its black squares with 2. c4, which is further intensified by the relatively frequent exchange of black square bishops. The Budapest Gambit is played relatively rarely, as White has the opportunity to gain a small but permanent advantage without risk by giving back the extra pawn. However, if White attempts to keep the pawn, he must be prepared for a sharp game.
Eric Rosen has created a video in which he talks about the traps in the opening. Simple and Deadly Traps in the Budapest Gambit
If you want to learn more about the theory of the opening checkout Hanging Pawns video with a lot of background information about the ideas in the opening.
Studies about the Budapest Gambit
Learn the Budapest Gambit using public studies.
Play against Stockfish
Do you want to try out the Budapest Gambit? Train this opening against Stockfish.
Play against Stockfish either as white or black and explore the opening.