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Emil Joseph Diemer vs Efim Bogoljubov
South Baden ch (1949)
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Ryder Gambit (D00)  ·  0-1


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Jun-04-04  misguidedaggression: I like the way Bogoljubov contains Diemer's normally eratic play. Black plays a solid game and white more or less beats himself.
Feb-24-06  Castle In The Sky: Now here's what happens to his gambit, when Diemer plays a real chess player!
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  whiteshark: Something very unusual happened when Diemer annotated this game: His opponent's moves got more exclamation marks than his own one's. (3:19 !) :D
Jul-10-15  thecurse: You all realize that Diemer was playing the Number 2 player in the world at one time? This doesn't refute the BDG at all a bad choice on move 16 instead 16.Bxf7!kor Rxf7 17.Bxb4 free pawn getting the gambit pawn and all his pieces are active blacks queenside pawns are useless I think you guys should take another look at this game instead of being hater cheerleaders.
Jan-04-16  Kettalchess: 15 c3! better than Bd2?
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