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Emil Joseph Diemer vs Portz
Lindau (1948)
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Ryder Gambit (D00)  ·  1-0


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  InspiredByMorphy: 7. ...Ne4 neglected development. I like the looks of 7. ...Bf5 8.O-O-O e6 better
Apr-22-05  Dick Brain: 8.0-0-0 would be illegal but nevertheless 7...Bf5 looks risky to expose a piece like that. What do you think of 7...e5.
Apr-22-05  aw1988: Doesn't e5 just run into Bc4?
Apr-22-05  Dick Brain: at the moment Bc4 would put a bishop en prise; if he played 8. h3 Qf5 then White cannot play 9. Nf3 since 9...e4 forces the Queen trade.
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  InspiredByMorphy: <Dick Brain> <8.0-0-0 would be illegal> Oops. <7...Bf5 looks risky to expose a piece like that.> How does white respond after 7. ...Bf5 8.Be2 Qb4 ? <What do you think of 7...e5.> This move may be better than 7. ...Bf5 because after it the bishop can get out and theres not necessarily a need to develop it right yet.
Apr-22-05  aw1988: Good grief, Bc4 drops the bishop. Sorry.
Apr-22-05  Dick Brain: There is one game here in where after 7...e5 white played 8. h3 Qf5 9. Qh4 Qxc2 giving up yet a third pawn Diemer still went on to win the game - but this has to be completely unsound.

I do know that Eric Schiller wrote a book on this Ryder Gambit.

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  InspiredByMorphy: <Dick Brain> E J Diemer vs Schuppler, 1937
Mar-15-10  heizfeld: 13. ...Be6 is a bad move, also 0-0-0.

black would do better with e5, Be7, 0-0 and easily improve his advantage of already one pawn ahead.

I would try Bxa3, Qxa3+, Nb4

Mar-15-10  siegbert: its more fun than the other game between these two. i like rxe6.. rxd2 is met with re8 double check and mate.
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