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Emil Joseph Diemer vs Alfred Zehnle
Baden-Baden (1953), Baden-Baden FRG
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Tartakower Variation (D00)  ·  1-0
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Nov-30-05  THE pawn: Why bother with Rxb8 when you can just mate after Rb7!
Jan-05-09  WhiteRook48: I'm crazy but what about 28...a5?
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  ganstaman: <WhiteRook48: I'm crazy but what about 28...a5?> I believe that 29. Rd8+ forces 29...Nd7 30. R(d or b)xd7#
Feb-08-16  Kettalchess: Premium Chessgames Member ganstaman: <WhiteRook48: I'm crazy but what about 28...a5?> 29 Rh xb8 Rxb8 30 Rd7 mat
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