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Emil Joseph Diemer vs Josef Kotek
corr (1956)
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Bogoljubow Variation (D00)  ·  1-0
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Oct-18-02
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  Sneaky: The game might have concluded:
20...h5 21. Qxh5! gxh5 22. Bh7#
Oct-18-02  Danilomagalhaes: I guess that Kotek made a lot of wrong moves, that donīt make his game better than the game of the white pieces. He doesnīt want to have control of the center, then, the white pieces could have more mobility. I guess that 8... Bd7 wasnīt a good move.
Oct-18-02  Danilomagalhaes: I guess that Kotek made a lot of wrong moves, that donīt make his game better than the game of the white pieces. He doesnīt want to have control of the center, then, the white pieces could have more mobility. I guess that 8... Bd7 wasnīt a good move.
Oct-18-02  Danilomagalhaes: I guess that Kotek made a lot of wrong moves, that donīt make his game better than the game of the white pieces. He doesnīt want to have control of the center, then, the white pieces could have more mobility. I guess that 8... Bd7 wasnīt a good move.
Oct-18-02  BrownRecluse: The rest of us claim a draw by three fold repetition!
Oct-18-02  ChessPraxis: Or the game could have continued 20. ... Qxg5 21. Bxg5 hxg5 22. Qxg5. White retains the initiative and attack but Black has a Rook and a minor piece for the Queen.
Oct-19-02  pawntificator: Draw by three-fold repitition!! HA!!!!
Nov-21-02  geirskjo: 20. ... Qxg5 21. Bxg5 hxg5 22. Qxg5 Nc6 23. Rf6 Rfe8 24. Qd5 Re1+ 25. Bf1 Re6 26. Rxe6 fxe6 27. Qxd6
Dec-22-02  Bears092: The Blackmar-Diemer Gambit at it's best.
Dec-22-02  judokausa1: A simplier idea seems to be after 22. Qxg5 Nc6 is 23. h4 giving the king room and threatening to crack the kings protection open.
Dec-19-03  Cerebrate2006: Bd7 was a terrible move, i find when i play this that my d-pawn is usually lost eventually. And it depends on how long it takes for me to lose it on whether i win or not. If i hold it because of indrect defenses long enough (huge material gain or mate) then i win, if i cant manage to do that he can take the pawn which means lack of pressure. in this game white sacs the pawn which tells you black did not have anything going on
Jan-15-04  Mostolesdude: Gotta love 10.Qh4 If black takes the bishop on g5 then its mate in 2 moves after 11.Nxg5. Nice
Oct-03-04  who: sorry no mate after 10...hxg5???
11. Nxg5 threatening RxN Re8 Qh7+ Kf8 Bxf7 with mate in 1 11... Bf5 12. Bxf7+ Rxf7 13. Nxf7 Kxf7 14. g4 is one possible continuation that leaves white up the exchange or
11...Bf5 12. g4 may be an alternative keeping the pressure on the king. There is no clear mate but the position would go to hell and white would have at least a few pawns worth of material advantage.
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