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Emil Joseph Diemer vs Erich Barnstedt
Offenburg (1949)
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Ryder Gambit (D00)  ·  1-0


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Oct-22-05  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Oh my god what a slaughter!
Jan-05-09  WhiteRook48: 15...Bxe2 16. Qxg7# very nice mate. what a game!
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  FSR: 2.e4 may be slop, but it certainly leads to some amusing games.
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  Gilmoy: 15..Nf5 <defends g7, threatens Q trade> 16.Bxg7+! Nxg7 17.Qe5! <sees-e8 Δ B-sees-g8 (e.g. Bb3) with a mating crossfire> Bxe2 18.B(b3,c4,d5)+! Bxf1 19.Rxf1+ <and Black has two spite-blocks, hence mate in 3>. Didn't-castle into it!
Aug-24-12  Moonwalker: Just played through this game in <GUESS THE MOVE>. For the finishing touch I opted for 15. Bxg7+. Toga (the engine) awarded full credit for the move for some reason. Qxf6 is unanswerable by black.
Apr-10-15  nitin86: Salute to the master wat a game truely awesome
Jan-16-16  siegbert: White has to play 14 Kxf7. Has white anything better than 15 Qxg4?
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