|Nov-16-04|| ||mjk: White blunders with 13.g3??, but would have had little chance after 13.f1. (13.xd3? xd3 is a disaster.) |
|Nov-29-07|| ||whiteshark: Diemer mentioned this game in his book "Das moderne Blackmar-Diemer Gambit" Volume 1 as game no. 299. He said this was the only reference game of the Bilguer on the BDG.|
|Nov-29-07|| ||sneaky pete: Kinderschreck!|
|Nov-29-07|| ||whiteshark: Maybe Hans Fahrni ?|
|Nov-29-07|| ||sneaky pete: Hugo Fahndrich (Fähndrich) is more likely.|
|Nov-29-07|| ||whiteshark: Ja, paßt viel besser!
|Nov-29-07|| ||Calli: Ja, er ist Hugo. Siehe "Carl Schlecter, Sein Leben und Schaffen" von Kagan, seite 79. Spielt im Café Korb, Wein, 23 Sept 1903.|
|Nov-30-07|| ||sneaky pete: Wein, Wein, nur du allein ... And he drank an entire basket, no reason he played so poor.|
|Nov-30-07|| ||Calli: Lol - "Wien", of course :-o|
|Dec-20-07|| ||whiteshark: <3.f3> should be called <Blackmar Gambit> as Armand Edward Blackmar published it first with games and analysis in "Brentanos Chess Monthly" in 1882.|
|Apr-15-08|| ||Peligroso Patzer: <mjk: White blunders with 13.Kg3??, but would have had little chance after 13.Kf1. <(13. Bxd3? Nxd3 is a disaster.)> [sic] >|
Should read <(13. Bxe3? Nxe3 is a disaster.)> If White re-takes the piece (with 14. Kxe3), Black forces mate with 14. ... Bc5+ 15. Ke4 f5+ 16. exf6 Rhe8#.
|Sep-01-08|| ||Phony Benoni: One does get tired of all these quick mating attacks in the BDG.|