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Bartsch vs Jennen
Germany (1948)
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Ryder Gambit (D00)  ·  1-0

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May-14-03  Cerebrate2006: WOW!!! thats a great game, makes me actually want to start playing that opening (although very unstable looking)
Jan-16-06  DeepBlade: <Cerebrate> Yes, you dont get a lot of support by pawns, you gambited your pawns away so this opening is based on heavy piece play!

Many clubplayers hidden weapon!

Apr-10-09  Knightmare001: love the queen sac!
May-06-09  soberknight: Wow, that's a beautiful mate!
May-15-17  Cheapo by the Dozen: Great puzzle. IMO Move 10 is a Tuesday.
Mar-13-19
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  whiteshark: Bartsch-Jenner is game #12 in Diemer's book <Das moderne Blackmar-Diemer-Gambit, Vol. 1>

Note the game ended there already after <10.Qxb7>.

But the game Diemer - Portz , Lindau 1949, ended with <11.Bc5#>.

[Bartsch was from Essen.]

Nov-13-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  sea7kenp: I believe that 10 Qxb7 is called a "Deflection Sacrifice". And Black's Response appears pretty forced. (Hmmm... Let's see: 10 Bxd1 Nd5 Double Check, winning the Queen. Maybe not Mate in One, but not good, either!)

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