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Emil Joseph Diemer vs Schickner
Lindau (1950)
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Ryder Gambit (D00)  ·  1-0
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Jul-23-04
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  kevin86: A nice variation to Boden's mate. Black escapes for one move ....and ZAP!!
Jan-23-05  Shadow 812: An interesting colourful little game, the gambit gives White lots of open lines with plenty of piece play, but has got to be unsound and Black must surely prevail with a sensible defence to refute this opening gambit: After all if was that good, why is it never played at the top level? I have never seen it used in more than twenty years played at club level, it does have novelty value and may be of use in a rapidplay tournament, but no more than that: As for the game itself, I put this game into Fritz 6, it reckons that Black was doing ok up to move 20, when it suggested g5 instead of Qd6, however the losing blunder came on move 21 with
Qb4?? Fritz gives the following line,
21. Rd1 Qc7!
22. Bc4 g5
and if White plays
22. Qxg7 Bf6
23. Qg4 e4
and Black is still in the game!!
Of course it is easy to find fault with
others when analysing the game later, as we all know life over the board when you have to defend under pressure is never easy:
A neat coup at the end of the game by Diemer to finish off the opponent, credit where it is due!!
Jan-23-05  DanielBryant: Wow, where did that come from?
Oct-18-05  AlexanderMorphy: Incredible game!
Nov-07-05  DeepBlade: Another great game by E J Diemer.
When watching his games, I tend to think all his games are immortal.
Nov-07-05  aw1988: One thing I have to wonder is that did Diemar all have brilliant games, or are they simply handpicked? And some of his opponents I've never heard of...
Nov-07-05  DeepBlade: Well the fact is the Blackmar-Diemer Gambit is a very agressive, but very flexible opening. And in this game after 7.0-0-0, white has impressive development. This gambit is even more agressive than the Danish Gambit. Well E J Diemer devoted his life for this Gambit, some kind of Greco with the Kings gambit, so his wins are well deserved.
Aug-11-06  Chess Lou Zer: This guy is the master of the incredible finish!
Sep-21-06  BrownRecluse: Diemer and his gambit,like Rodney Dangerfield get no respect. But for us Chess Neanderthals still hanging on from the Ice Age it fits the bill. Unbelievable action; a great favorite down at the Doughnut Hole.
Nov-25-06  Rubenus: See the game collection 'the brilliant games of Emil Diemer', there are more brilliant games of him.
Nov-25-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  Sneaky: What a genius.
Nov-26-06  deadparrot: 20.Ra8!!
May-17-08  sallom89: fatality!
Dec-07-08  Ladolcevita: I hope someday,in such situations,i can discover such variations in one glance.....
Jul-14-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  Eisenheim: could be a good puzzle of the day. some great games from this crazy nazi
Aug-01-10  pierocampilii: can't have too much of this one! ...deserves to be studied a least once a day hehe!
Aug-02-10  ycbaywtb: how much more fun can you have in chess than to harass the opponent's Q and K this way with your whole army, plus, sac your Q, plus mate with your Rooks, and even the Bishops had fun///incredible...
Oct-24-10  Abhijeet123459: WOW!!
Apr-19-11  Rick360: If Capablanca's style of Chess can be compared to Mozart's music, the BDG (with Herr Diemer at the helm) would be what..The Rolling Stones? Enjoyed the game.
Jul-20-11  Elrathia Kingi: This is one of the most beautiful endings I've ever seen.
Apr-06-12  King Sacrificer: This game is not GOTD probably because there's a very similar game from Diemer in GOTD database. This guy has lots of miniatures with this crazy opening.
Nov-25-13  Cemoblanca: Very Schick! ;)
Mar-27-16  RookedFileFan: Good freaking night. Now that's how you play a game.
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