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Emil Joseph Diemer vs Regele
Gaggenau (1950)
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Bogoljubow Variation (D00)  ·  1-0

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Mar-02-06  Dick Brain: Obviously boneheaded blunders by Black (after a poorly timed attack by White) including 13...Bxd4? when there was still time to defend the g-pawn with the queen.
Jun-11-15
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  fredthebear: It seems Black's play is somewhat logical in that he wants to avoid NxB and then protects the bishop w/the weakening 11...f5 as retreating the Bishop to the queenside loses time and de-centralizes. With that line of thinking, it's understandable why Black did not anticipate the Nxg6 sacrifice instead. It should also be noted dick brain that most queens do not enjoy sitting in the back row watching the paint dry on the g6 pawn. Let's give White some credit for seeing the possibilities beyond the simple single threat of 11.Re1.
Dec-01-19
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  sea7kenp: In case you didn't see it right away (like I didn't), the Knight is poisoned. (15 ... Kxg6, 16 Qh6#).

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