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Emil Joseph Diemer vs D Schulte
corr (1950)
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Vienna Variation (D00)  ·  1-0
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Jun-26-07  bachus: I believe resigning was premature. After Ke8, white doesn't have anything conclusive, perhaps a draw if black is not careful, but black should remain with at least the bishop for 2 extra white pawns.
Jun-26-07  Karpova: Yes, black is winning in the final position
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  whiteshark: Only <10. Sge2!> is in the spirit of this opening.
Nov-13-09  SharkBait: I agrree resigning is not wise. Black is way up material, white can not force a mate and black can threaten his own mate with the knight queen and rook.
Jan-08-16  Kettalchess: 21 Qf7+!Kd6 22Rd1+ win confortably
Jan-09-16  sneaky pete: If 21.Qf7+ Kd8/6 22.Rad1 Ng3+ 22.hxg3 Rh8+ and mate next move.
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