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Walter Trumpf vs Barnard Helman
WSTT/3/07/3 (2007), ?
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Bogoljubow Variation. Studier Attack (D00)  ·  1-0



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Jun-14-14  rossvassilev: What was the point of 25.Kg1? Was he just making fun of his opponent?
Mar-04-16  whiteshark: <rossvassilev:> It's actually the only winning move coz white wants to play Rf1 and Rxf7 and only 25.Kg1 makes it possible.
Jan-20-17  Agferna: Premature to resign. The mate can be defended, but Black ends up with material disadvantage. 25...Rae8 26. Rf1 Rd7 27. Nf6 ef6 28. Qh7 Kf8 29. Qh8 Ke7 30. Re1

Or better 25...Rae8 26. Rf1 Qf1! 27. Kf1 Rd7 and White still has some work to do to win. 28. Nf6 ef6 29. Qh7 Kf8 30. Nf3 with advantage. Or 29. Nh7 Re6 30. h4 looking to play g5 to support g5 and the f6 square for the Knight, but has to mind the rook checks looking for perpetual.

Apr-08-17  Kettalchess: 22 Rd1? (22 Rxf6+!! 1-0)
Apr-08-17  Muttley101: <Kettalchess: 22 Rd1? (22 Rxf6+!! 1-0)>

Apart from 22 Rf6 not being check, how does it win afer 22 ... Nf6 (23. Nf6+ Qf6?) I'm sure I'm missing something obvious, so I'd be grateful if you could explain further.

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