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Olav Arvoll vs Odd Lie
Norway ch (1965), corr
Queen Pawn Game: Hübsch Gambit (D00)  ·  0-1


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  whiteshark: <6.f3> is already the 'losing move'.
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  emayev: I think 6. f3? is an odd lie.
Aug-01-12  Abdel Irada: It's been a while since I looked at the Blackmar-Diemer, but I think f3 is actually a fairly common break for White, but more usually on move five. It's 6. ♗f4 that strikes me as a bit odd, whether or not it's a lie.

In our blitz games, Gjon Feinstein used to get strong pressure on the kingside using the line I mentioned above, and keeping the bishop back so it could capture on e3 without loss of tempo if I pushed past. Probably this would be insufficient to obtain compensation for the pawn in a tournament-length game, but the system is great for fast time controls.

Aug-01-12  Abdel Irada: Correction: <5. ♗f4>
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